Why Should You Eat These Foods? - Gloresort

Why Should You Eat These Foods?

About 8 years ago my cousin sent me an article about the healthy foods we have and how we can use them to keep us healthy. Because I’m passionate about promoting good health, I gather ideas for the healthy living whenever I come across them. There is a lot of good information everywhere and people are very willing to share their knowledge.

We are here in this beautiful land of abundance. By studying and seeking wisdom, we learn to use what we have. Sharing is one of the many advantages we have.

In the Bible, we read: GOD first separated the salt water from freshwater, created land, planted a garden, created animals and fish … all before he created a human being. Before we were born, HE did what we needed and made us available. These are the best and strongest when eaten raw. GOD left us a good indication of which foods help which part of our body!

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A sliced carrot is similar to the human eye. The pupil, iris, and luminous lines resemble those of a human eye… and science now shows that carrots boost blood circulation and eye function significantly.

A tomato has four cameras and is red. The heart is crimson and contains four chambers. Tomatoes are high in lycopene and are therefore pure foods for the heart and blood, according to every research.

Grapes hang in a heart-shaped bunch. Each grape looks like a blood cell, and all current research shows that grapes are also deeply invigorating nourishment for the heart and blood. Grapes resemble the alveoli of the lungs. The lungs consist of smaller and smaller branches of the airways that end in small tissue branches, the alveoli. The alveoli allow oxygen to be transported from the lungs into the bloodstream. A diet rich in fresh grapes has been demonstrated to lower the incidence of lung cancer and emphysema in studies.

A walnut looks like a small brain, left and right hemispheres, the upper brain, and the lower cerebellum. The folds or folds of the walnut also resemble the neocortex. Researchers say walnuts help develop more than three (3) dozen neuron transmitters that are essential for brain function. Since walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, we can call them the best “brain food”. The human brain has about 60% “structural fat”. Hence, you need high-quality fats like omega-3 fatty acids to function properly and to keep your brain fluid and flexible.

Beans heal and help maintain kidney function. Yes, they look just like human kidneys. Like most other beans, beans are an excellent source of fiber for lowering cholesterol. Beans’ high fiber content lowers cholesterol while also preventing blood sugar levels from increasing too soon after a meal. Therefore, these beans are a particularly good option for people with diabetes, insulin resistance, or hypoglycemia. Beans are an excellent source of the trace element, molybdenum. This is an integral part of the sulfite oxidase enzyme, it detoxifies sulfites. Sulfites are a type of preservative that is often added to prepared foods. Side effects of sulfites include palpitations, headaches, or disorientation. The reaction to sulfites can be caused by insufficient molybdenum build-up to detoxify.

Parsley is a good source of vitamin A, folic acid, and iron, as well as an excellent source of vitamin K and vitamin C. Since parsley is a low-calorie, nutrient-dense herb, it’s useful for many things. It helps to stimulate the metabolism, remove excess water from the body and cleanse the kidneys and liver. This in turn keeps the body at its optimal level and helps with weight loss.

Celery, Chinese cabbage, rhubarb, and many others look like bones. These foods specifically target bone strength. Bones contain 23% sodium and these foods contain 23% sodium. When you don’t have enough sodium in your diet, the body extracts it from your bones, making them weak. These foods meet the body’s skeletal needs.

Avocados, eggplants, and pears are nutritious fruits and vegetables that promote the health and function of the female uterus and cervix, as they mimic these organs. According to new research, a woman who consumes one avocado each week balances her hormones, loses unnecessary pregnancy weight, and protects cervical cancer. The Aztecs called it the fruit of fertility because of its high vitamin E content. And how deep is that? It takes exactly nine (9) months for an avocado to grow from flower to ripe fruit. Each of these foods has about 14,000 photolytic chemical components (modern science has only studied and named about 141).

Figs are seedy and grow in twos as they mature. Since figs increase male sperm motility and increase sperm count, figs also help overcome male infertility. Note: Bananas and cucumbers are also good for male genitals. Like beans, figs are a good source of fiber and manganese, as well as magnesium, calcium, copper, and potassium, and vitamins K and B6. They are useful for lowering blood pressure. In addition to being stored for much longer, figs are nutritionally better when they are dried. Half a cup of fresh figs provides as much calcium as half a cup of milk. A single dried fig, on the other hand, provides nearly as much calcium as an egg. Because figs contain powerful antioxidants, they neutralize free radicals in the body and fight disease. They do it both fresh and dry. These healthy foods grow on trees that grow naturally in some warmer climates. I almost envy the people in these climates.

Sweet potatoes look like the pancreas. Since they have a low glycemic index, they balance the blood sugar of diabetics. Sweet potatoes are a great source of Vitamin B6 which is amazing for breaking down homocysteine. Because this substance helps harden blood vessels and arteries that cause heart attacks, we need low levels of homocysteine. The potassium content in sweet potatoes helps the heart by lowering blood pressure by helping to maintain fluid balance. Potassium is also an important electrolyte that regulates the heartbeat. Sweet potatoes such as beans and figs also contain large amounts of manganese.

Proven health benefits of cinnamon include high antioxidants, anti-inflammatory agents, and protecting heart health. Cinnamon fights diabetes by regulating blood sugar levels. Other tools include brain cognitive function and cancer prevention. Cinnamon is used to fight infections and viruses. Did you know sweeter breath and good oral health are great uses for cinnamon? Uses of cinnamon are also used of cinnamon for the prevention and treatment of candida, skin health, and allergy relief. Use cinnamon to sweeten recipes with no added sugar. It’s also a natural food preservative that helps with other healthy foods.

Because olives are very rich in vitamin E, they help ovarian health and function. In addition, these healthy foods are filled with other powerful antioxidants. They are healthy for the heart and help protect against osteoporosis and cancer, according to studies. Extra virgin olive oil, one of the fundamental components of the exceptionally healthy Mediterranean diet, is made by extracting the olives’ beneficial lipids.

Pomegranates are also good for the ovaries. High in antioxidants and high in vitamin C and potassium, pomegranates are a superfood. They can help with heart disease risk, cancer risk, diarrhea, cholesterol, weight, and cell damage. Pomegranates are one of the few fruits where the juice is as beneficial as the fruit or seeds. The inedible peel contains the highest proportion of antioxidants and is released in abundance when the fruit is pressed for juice. You can squeeze them out with a juicer. I’m sure you have access to nutritious foods where you reside.

Oranges, grapefruits, and other citrus fruits are similar to a woman’s mammary glands and help with breast health and the movement of lymph in and out of the breast. These healthy foods are popular and should be easily included in our diet. However, they don’t grow where it’s cold so we rely on the system to get them there.

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