One Fruit: One Vegetable: One Grain: One Nut – April 2018

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Fruits,vegetables,grains and nuts which resemble the body parts that they are good for!

We are what we eat. Most of us have heard this statement at some point in our lives, but is there any merit in it? There sure is! God’s love shows in even His design of our foods. He has given us clues as to what parts of the body various foods are especially good for in the way he has designed them. Here are a few listed below.

Fruit:
Grapes have been known to reduce the risk of lung cancer and they resemble your alveoli. The alveoli are tiny sacs within our lungs that along for gaseous exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen.

Vegetable:
Sweet potato looks like the pancreas and can help diabetics by balancing their glycemic index.

Grain:
Oats resemble dry flaky skin and it has been known to protect against skin irritation.

Nut:
The creases and folds of a walnut along with the line down its center gives it a resemblance to the brain. The brain has creases and folds just like a walnut and the brain has a line that divides it into two hemispheres. Walnut has a high omega-3 fatty acids content that has been proven to help with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

*** All Bible texts quoted above are from the King James Version, unless referenced differently.
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