“The study of anatomy has changed enormously…no longer medical students have to spend ling hours in the dissection room…However students still have examinations to pass and in this book the authors, a surgeon and an anatomist, have tried to provide means of rapid revision without any frills…”
Omar Faiz, David Moffat / Blackwell Science / 2002 / 176 pp
An easy way to remember for which parts of your body some foods are good – just look closely at them:
Here a list of 10 foods that mirror the body parts they provide nutrients for and some links to more information why they are good for these body parts…enjoy reading/eating
1. Carrot: Eye
Carrot is rich in carotene. Scientific research has shown that, the large number of carotene contained in carrot can promote human blood flow to the eyes, so as to help protect eyesight and make the eyes look brighter.
2. Walnut: Brain
Walnut is like a miniature brain. At present, it has been found out that walnut contains more than thirty-six kinds of neurotransmitters, which can help develop the function of the brain.
3. Celery: Bone
Celery contains 23% of sodium, which can strengthen the bones of human body.
Tomato is rich in lycopene. The experiment has proved that lycopene has the effect of reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke. As a result, the patients who suffer from high cholesterol can eat more tomatoes in daily diets.
The capsaicin contained in ginger can stimulate the production of bile, thus speeding up the digestion of fat. In addition, ginger contains a lot of enzymes, which can speed up the decomposition of the protein in the body, so it can promote the digestion of oil and fatty food.
List & Pictures Source: Womansday
Text Source: LookChem