The sight and the taste
Influence of colors on taste
Sight is the sense of perceiving material elements, colors and shapes . The sight has an importance on the taste perceived by the individual. Indeed, the eye is a sensory organ of visual perception , when it sends color information to the brain, it will make conclusions based on your past taste experiences. For example, if you see a red candy then your brain will make you think that candy is strawberry.
The brain, a complex organ that plays a role in the influence of sight on taste
Sight is the first sense in action in the mechanism of taste . Indeed, it gives important messages on the state of the product itself: solid, liquid, gaseous ... but also on the shape, appearance and color. This also allows us to recognize if a food lacks cooking or if it is cooked to perfection. The sight also determines the acceptance or not of a food , it is it which will determine our taste choices, hence the importance of presenting a dish well or making it as attractive as possible when you try to make taste a new food to a child.
The brain is a communication organ, when sight sends information to the brain about the food, it will form a representative image and send it to the frontal lobes (responsible for muscle control and the centers of thought, memory, etc.). This image allows you to get an idea of the taste from the color of a food.
See well to eat well
In order not to be mistaken about a food, remember to wear your glasses! This is what can happen when you don't wear your glasses: an 85-year-old man found himself eating soap after his children gave him a gift in honor of the fathers. What he thought was a delicious lemon pastry was actually a yellow sliced soap! After swallowing more than half his lips swelled up and he was rushed to the emergency room.
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