That’s right, straight lines develop on fruits’s & vegetable’s when they posses anti-inflammatory properties. For example, the stem of apples, pears and oranges all indicate that these body defense mechanisms are present, such as is with the straight leaves of carrots, on the garlic and fennel, just to name a few.
Celery is not only straight, but it also has so many lines (hair like strands also indicate that fiber is present) which indicate that it is high in anti-inflammatory properties, plus its straight half cylindrical and sponge like quality of the inside of the celery indicates that it has calcium too (if you stack two celery sticks facing each other, stacked side by side, they form a bone like structure-complete with an opening down the center, where bone marrow would normally flow through).
The anti-inflammatory properties in celery is so high (indicated by the amount of straight lines so prominently growing on this vegetable), that I have completely stopped taking any naproxen, midol or ibuprofen for those painful times I normally would have in the past. Now when I begin to cramp up I just nosh on celery and instantly my pains subside.
If you don’t suffer from kidney problems, the star fruit is also high in anti-inflammatory properties, just look at them lines! However for those who do have issues with your kidney’s you’ll need to steer clear of the star-fruit.
So next time you’re in need of anti-inflammatory properties in your diet, #readyourfruitsandvegetables by learning #theway and seek out those natural foods with lines in them. Your kidneys, liver and bank account will thank you (if they could) just remember that #starfruit is not good for those with kidney issues.
Know of any other tips to read your fruits and vegetables? If so please share them below in a comment.
MEDICAL WARNING & DISCLAIMER: The information in this blog post is not intended as medical advice or to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified healthcare professional. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information from my own personal food research and experience. I encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional. Always work directly with a qualified medical professional before attempting to treat any illness or medical condition with diet and lifestyle, or when changing or discontinuing any prescription medications. Always ask your doctor before making any changes in diet when you have an existing medical condition. Always check with your doctor before starting any new diet or fitness program.