Thursday, August 9, 2012

"I want to pick your brain". Where did that expression come from? Certain foods are look like human organs. Walnut meat looks like a human brain, with nutrients to nourish that particular organ. I use picks when cracking walnuts, so maybe that is where the saying came from? I don't know, but it is something to think about. I am not saying you or I are nuts, but the subject of being able to "pick your brain" is food for thought! When I say it, I mean I want to get to know you, learn more about you! When in session with a client, I gather information to help my client make desired changes, to use her brain in the most effective way to become her most magnificent self.
You can read more about other foods that look like body parts here in a Woman's Day article about Food Nutrition Facts.
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Carrots are good for your eyes and a sliced piece of carrot resembles the human eye, slightly. Walnuts look like and nourish the human brain. I was using a pick to get the meat out of a walnut shell. Does the saying "I want to pick your brain" originate from picking out walnut meat?