NATURE AMAZES ME. EVERY SINGLE DAY. Creation speaks loudly, if we would only listen to her voice, we might hear her heart beating closely, to that of our own.
FOOD. Something we think of at least 3 times a day, often more, often without noticing it’s intricate design or thinking of it’s designer. Maybe it’s time we took a closer look.
Fungi for health?… Many mushrooms boast highly of their anti-cancer properties, & yet look at them! Almost like little tumors, springing up all over this tree, hint hint!… Excellent for boosting the human immune system.
Have you ever indulged in devouring a pomegranate, one seed at a time ;) ?… The little seeds, covered in a bubble of antioxidant rich juice & coloured blood red remind me of the cells in human blood which they seek to rejuvenate with their life giving enzymes & vitamins. The seeds contain potent bitter antioxidants too, which protect the cells against free radicals, preventing cancers & promoting youthfullness.
The tomato, excellent for the human heart, looks just like one.
The carrot, sliced into rings; behold & see the human iris as it stares back at you, hinting subtly!! I’m good for you, for your EYES in fact. Helping to prevent macular degeneration & promoting healthy vision.
Look at the fine veins within leafy vegetables. The bursting colour of fruits of all kinds, the cell segments within oranges, berries, kiwi-fruit.
Sweet potato, does it remind you of anything?… It looks like an intestine!
The gorgeous shape & texture of the avocado. Did you know that seeds of all kinds promote fertility?
I’m so ASTONISHED when I crack open fresh walnuts. Why?… Well don’t they remind you of something??? Dah. Haha. There’s definitely a sense of humour there somewhere wouldn’t you agree? To think that they are created, designed, to look like the human brain? WOW. Hint hint, ‘eat me’!
I’d never noticed that the tiny, potent chia seed is really quite grey, until this morning, & I’ve been eating them for years! Another super brain food rich in all omega fats.
There are so many various foods which I haven’t touched on, celery, herbs of all kinds, bananas, apples, stonefruit, legumes, grains, grasses, flowers (excellent for mood enhancement!). So much variety in colour, texture, flavour. Bitter, pungent, sweet, salty. AMAZING variety abounds! Let’s take a subtle or maybe not so subtle tip from NATURE! ENJOY HER BOUNTIFUL GIFTS TODAY, GIVE YOUR BODY what it craves, NATURES very own FOODS, DESIGNED FOR HUMANS. Take note of your next meal, the colours, the shapes it contains, keep it as close to nature as possible & reap the benefits for your internal organs, skin, bones, & feel each of your body systems respond with vitality & life.
A book you may enjoy which highlights many natural varied foods & food groups is ‘Laugh with Health’. Excellent for beginning health buffs with simple, fast info; it lists the nutrients, medicinal properties & benefits of each food page by page with great pictures too. I encourage you to have it in your healthy library.
Love & chocolate xxx Abigail