Color to Nutrition

Which color attracts you the most?

Our senses play a fundamental role in the foods that we select: Stop to think about the sense of taste or sight to appreciate how our perceptions are important.

In ancient oriental medical cultures, especially in India, the power of color was believed to have a direct impact on our emotions, physical and spiritual bodies. The ancient Romans practiced exposing the body directly to the light of the sun as a cure for various illnesses.

Each color vibrates its own wavelength and frequency, as its energy is created and generated from the light of the sun.

Color and Nutrition

Color and Nutrition

Recent Medical research from the" Umberto Veronese Foundation" and the" American Cancer Society" have demonstrated that pigments which give color to fruits and vegetables produce effective benefits for the entire human organism.

Fruit and vegetables posses electromagnetic energy which is manifested through the vibratory frequencies coming from light. Light absorbs energy from the sun where color is derived.

Every color is characterized with the presence of phytochemicals, (substances that occur naturally only in plants) that provide health benefits beyond those that the essential nutrients provide.

Colors that make up each fruit and vegetable work synergistically with vitamins, minerals and fiber to promote and regenerate essential nutrients, and are known to reduce the risk of numerous pathologies such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and tumors.

Eating a variety of fruits and vegetable helps to maintain a varied, colorful and healthful diet towards optimal nutrition.