An Apple A Day
Do you believe it - an apple a day keeps the doctor away?
Sounds rather simplistic - why would a statement like this become an embedded piece of folklore?
Could there be some inherent truth to this folk wisdom?
An evolutionary perspective might shed some light.
An apple tree needs to reproduce - but it doesn't want to compete with the young sprouts. The apple tree wants its young to grow far enough away, so the new apple trees win the competition wars with other plants, not its own kind.
Thus, the apple tree encases its seeds in something useful to others. Something that will attract others to ingest its deliciousness and carry the seeds far away - preventing competition with the parent tree.
Yet, the evolutionary development of the apple is even more intriguing than its appeal to pleasure. The apple tree adds an even more important component to its tantalizing product - sustenance.
The apple not only tastes delicious - it offers important nutritional components, as well. Fiber, vitamins and essential antioxidants are also compelling reasons to scatter those seeds to other places. The apple tree has created a winning combination - juicy sweetness encasing essential sustenance.
Evolution is genius at reaching its target market . . . a genius at offering pleasure in its perfect sustenance.
Evolution is also genius at soothing, nourishing and nurturing your sensitive skin.
Black Tulip only uses ingredients which offer pleasure in their perfect sustenance. Like the apple, they bring health to your skin. You will see and feel the difference.
Real food - evolution's genius.