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I’m often reminded to refer back to God’s pharmacy. No, that’s not a chemist in the sky, but a reference to the amazing similarity between many of the vegetables and fruits available to us, and our key organs. Whether or not you are religious, and whatever that religion may be, it’s slightly spooky how so many of our key vegetables look so similar to the principal organs, which they are best suited to supporting.

Take a look at the cross-section of a carrot, and compare it to the eye. Our parents always used to say, eat your carrots and you’ll be able to see in the dark. Now we have science to prove that carrots particularly improve blood flow to the eyes.
How many times have you heard people tell you that tomatoes are good for your heart? Consider that both tomato and heart have four chambers, are both red, and the tomato is loaded with lycopene, which is now widely recognised as an essential heart function enhancing nutrient.
Take a look at a walnut. It looks like a brain, with a left and right hemisphere, upper cerebrums and lower cerebellums. Even the wrinkles and folds resemble the neo-cortex. Now science understands that walnuts develop more than 36 neurotransmitters to assist brain function. Fantastic!
Celery, bok choy, rhubarb, and many more foods look just like bones, and coincidentally specifically target and bone strength. Bones are 23% sodium, and so are these foods! If you’re short of sodium, your body will extract it from the bones, thereby weakening them. Celery has the highest level of salt of any food, and yet despite our understanding that excess salt is bad for our health, you can eat as much celery as you like without impairing heart function at all.
Avocados, aubergine and pears are all incredibly important in maintaining and enhancing the womb and cervix function in the female. Consider the visual similarity. We now know that they are loaded with all the nutrients that specifically enhance these organs functions. But, more amazingly, it takes exactly 9 months to grow an avocado from blossom to ripened fruit stage. Just the same as a baby in the womb!
So, it’s not a question of just eating things randomly, as things have targeted purpose. A balanced diet is what we need. And much as the meat eaters might like to think it, there are no visual supporting characteristics.
So, when mothers or fathers say eat your greens, because they’re good for you, perhaps they may not know the scientific rationale, but we should all be including plenty of greens in our diet. Whether they come from the greengrocer, or through purchasing green supplementation, is down to the individual. I’m just happy to be able to help!

For those who think I have made this up, there is a fuller list here...