Nature made food colorful for a reason, it satisfies our creative urges to find, mix, merge and mingle flavors.
All the Nutrition You Can Keep Down
Thaddeus Howze
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No, nature didn’t make food colorful solely to satisfy our urges to be creative! We evolved in a colorful environment with senses that seek out certain colors in our diet because we need to obtain a diverse variety of nutrients. We evolved learning from our environment which is full of colorful plants and animals, the environment didn’t evolve around our creativity: our creativity with colorful food evolved because of our environment.

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