Forms of Vegetables, Fruits and Their Relationship to Human Body


DAMASCUS, (ST) – Exotic information about forms of fruits and vegetables and their relationship to the human body, and how the form of internal human organs largely resemble the proper food to these organs.

A specialist in alternative medicine and herbal medicine, Dr Faisal Ghabra, said that a section in a piece of carrot cut incidentally is very similar to the lens of the eye, and many of the medical researches have proved that the carrot is very useful to the eye sight as it is known that carrots contain Vitamin A which is necessary for the eye.

He added that a walnut is very similar to the shape of the brain with its left and right parts inside the skull and even the convoluted in it, pointing out that recent researches have shown that eating walnuts contribute to the growth of a lot of nerve cells that help in the performance of the defensive tasks.

Dr. Ghabra pointed to the similarity between the bean and the kidney in the body, pointing out that several researches have proved that beans help the kidney in the performance of its tasks and the German law allowed using the peel of green beans as a treatment for kidney and bladder stones.

Dr. Ghabra clarified that there are similarities between the celery plant and the bones of the body and its benefits as a percentage of sodium in celery is about 33 percent, the same percentage as in the bone.

He explained that celery contains important elements, including calcium and potassium which are essential elements needed by the body to strengthen and build bones and resist arthritis and rheumatism.

Dr. Ghabra noted that sweet potato resembles pancreas in shape and it helps to make a balance of sugar in the blood, as well as similarities between the cross-section of a tomato and a heart, saying that a tomato has four chambers and heart also has four chambers, two ventricles and two alaventans.

He continued that all the recent researches confirm that tomato is the food of heart and blood, pointing out that a recent study has confirmed that tomatoes reduce the risk of heart disease and for their ability to reduce the incidence of arterial clots.

Dr. Ghabra also pointed to the similarity between the cluster of grapes in its external shape and the heart that each bead resembles a blood cell, adding that modern medical researches have proved that grape is good for the heart and blood, too.

Dr. Ghabra confirmed that avocado, eggplant and pears all are essential to the health of a woman's uterus and recent studies showed that when women eat one avocado a week, it helps to make a balance of hormone uterus and reduces cervical cancer.
It is worth mentioning that the avocado takes nine months to mature fully as fully developed fetus in the mother's womb.

Sh. Kh.