(Undated) -- Did you know some foods look like the part of your body they're supposed to benefit. Dr. Tanya Edwards is a wellness expert at the Cleveland Clinic. She says tomatoes are very heart-healthy.
Edwards also says carrots are great for eyesight since they contain Vitamin A and beta-carotene. Edwards says to promote overall health, it's a good idea to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables no matter what they look like.
Edwards says carrots say they do indeed help the eyes.