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

Culture & Lifestyle May 05, 2016

 

Did you know many foods are great for the body parts they look like? Seems like nature is playing a joke, but it's for real. These ten foods look like the body parts they're good for.


1. Avocados

Avocado
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What does this look like to you? Well, it's a uterus.These babies are good for the place that makes babies. Avocados contain a ton of folic acid, which has been shown to reduce the risk of cervical dysplasia

2. Grapefruit
Grapefruit
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Believe it or not, grapefruit is good for your breasts. Thier insides very similarly match the insides of mamory glands. Grapefruits have limonoids in them which help ward off breast cancer cells.

3. Clams
Clam
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Gentleme, clams have been been shown to be good for the male genitals, and they kind of look like them too. They contain lots of folic acid and zinc and will give you a big boost in semen quality. So eat up, boys!

4. Beans

Beans are great for your kidneys. 
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Well, this one is a bit of a giveaway. Beans are good for your kidneys. But I guess kidney beans gave that away! Eat plenty to help repair the damage of your kidneys. Great for party animals!

5. Wine

Wine will get your blood racing in a good way.
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Red wine has been shown to be good for your blood. It has antioxidants and polyphenols which protect you from LDL cholesterol which causes heart disease. Thanks to a thinning compound, red wine can also help reduce blood clots.

6. Tomatoes
It's time to heart tomatoes.
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Cut a tomato in half and it looks like the inside of a heart. Tomatoes are full of the antioxidant lycopene which helps to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer. They're also packed with potassium which helps with high blood pressure.

7. Walnuts
Boost your brainpower with walnuts.
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Besides improving your brain from reading this blog, walnuts will also do the trick. Loaded with omega-3, the wonder fat helps your most valuable asset — your brain.  

8. Broccoli


Buy more broccoli.
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Put the tip of a piece of broccoli under a microscope and you'll see what looks like 100 cancer cells. And guess what? Eating a weekly serving of broccoli is enough to reduce the risk of prostate cancer by a whoping 45 per cent. Chow down, kids!

9. Ginger
Ginger will make your tummy happy.
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It's one of those old school home remedies — you have a tummy ache and mommy recommends ginger ale. But it's original food form also has anti-nausia effects, plus it looks like a stomach. Also good for anti-vomiting. 

10. Mushrooms
Mushrooms
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And now one best left for the imagination. Cut a mushroom in half and it resembles an ear, which is full of tiny little bones responsible for transmitting sounds to your brain. Well, guess what? Mushrooms are high in vitamin D which is great for your bones. Maybe this one is a bit of a stretch because they're good for so many other bones other than the ones found in your ears.

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Taras Babiak

Taras Babiak

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Taras is a freelance blogger, video editor and screenwriter. He is the co-writer of "Made In Bali," which recently won Best Short Film of the year from the Director's Guild of Canada. 

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