They say we are what we eat.

And when it comes to food, there’s a pretty cool way of finding out what’s good for each part of our bodies based on their matching food appearances.

Take the walnut, for example. These smalls nuts – consumed as simple snacks or as part of a delicious dessert – are really good for the brain!

And what could kidney beans be good for? Or kidneys, of course!

OK – so we’re not saying to buy foods based purely on their anatomical uncanniness.

But there’s something deeper at work here – just take a look at those figs, grapes and citrus fruits, and tell us we’re wrong.

Coincidence? Who knows.

Feast your eyes on what’s good for what with the help from FoodMatters.