When choosing food, the human brain focuses on color

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When choosing meals, the human brain focuses on the color of the products, said scientists from the International school of advanced studies.

People have so-called “upside-down traffic light”, which encourages them to eat more red flowers, and pushes the dishes of green, said the scientists. This is due to the action in the cerebral cortex.

The main guideline in the choice of food is sight. Particularly, scientists have noted the two colors that best recognizes the human eye – red color brain associates with raw meat that is more nutritious, and green with vegetable food.

This “upside-down traffic light” acts even changed the color of the products of the food, after cooking or thermal treatment, said experts.

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