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. here in a Woman's Day article about Food Nutrition Facts.
Cuisinart SmartPower Deluxe Blender (Google Affiliate Ad) I recommend using a good blender to make your green juice. You need a strong blender to get the juice to a smoothie state, not chunky, unless you want to chew it instead of drink it.
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?