Foods That Look Like the Body Parts They’re Good For

These foods take the saying “you are what you eat” to another level, resembling the body parts they provide nutrients for and making it easier for you to remember how to properly fuel parts of your body.

Carrot: Eye

A sliced carrot has a specific resemblance to an eye, including lines that look like the pupil and iris. Filled with vitamins and antioxidants such as beta-carotene, carrots can decrease the chance of vision loss and help you maintain a healthy eyesight.

Grapes: Lungs

Grapes look a lot like the alveoli of the lungs, the tiny sacs that allow oxygen to pass from the lungs to the bloodstream. They are also proven to reduce the risk of lung cancer and the seeds contain a chemical called proanthocyanin, which can help reduce asthma.

Walnut: Brain

This wrinkly nut resembles an important and complex organ: the brain. Nicknamed “brain food,” walnuts have omega-4 fatty acids which help support brain function.

Celery: Bone

Just like the bones in our bodies, celery stalks contain sodium and are rich in silicon, which helps maintain bone strength. Their long stalks also make their resemblance to bones uncanny and easy to remember next time you choose this as your go to snack.  

Mushroom: Ears

Sliced mushrooms have the shape of a human ear and are packed full of vitamin D which is crucial for preventing ear loss.


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