“Nature is perfect…For health, eat food in the form nature provides.” – Adam Guthrie

1. Celery: for bones


Celery contains silicon, which contributes to bone strength.

2. Grapes: for lungs


The alveoli are the smallest structures of the lungs that allow the diffusion of oxygen into the blood. A diet rich in grapes has been shown to lower risks of lung cancer and asthma related allergies.

3. Ginger: for stomach


Ginger has the ability to alleviate nausea and vomiting due to gingerol, a phytochemical ingredient present in the root.

4. Nuts: for brain


Nuts have been listed as the best foods for a healthier brain. Walnuts specifically are rich in omega-3, antioxidants, folic acid, and vitamin E. Soak and rinse them thoroughly before eating to ensure optimal nutrient absorption.

5. Citrus fruits: for breasts


Studies have shown a great correlation between consuming citrus fruits and lower risks of breast cancer.

6. Avocados: for the uterus


Avocados are known to prevent cervical cancer and regulate the levels of female hormones.

7. Carrot: for eyes


Beta-carrotene found in carrots helps maintaining a healthy eyesight, protects against muscle degeneration and the development of cataracts.

8. Tomato: for heart


The tomato is considered a blood and heart food because of lycopene, which has been proven to help reduce the risks of heart disease and provide the heart with vitamin C.

9.  Sweet potato: for the pancreas


It helps the pancreas by regulating glucose levels in the blood. Sweet potatoes are also rich in vitamin B6 stalling the growth of pancreatic cancer.

10. Mushroom: for ears


Being a great source of Vitamin D, mushrooms prevent hearing loss.