Imagine a young woman named Jaymie who believes she should eat only red foods.Which of the following would be the best evidence that Jaymie’s belief is a result of cultural

Imagine a young woman named Jaymie who believes she should eat only red foods.Which of the following would be the best evidence that Jaymie’s belief is a result of cultural evolution, not biological evolution?
A) Empirical evidence shows that red foods are more nutritious than foods of other colors.
B) Jaymie has a predisposition to eat red foods and prefers them even though her friends eat yellow foods.
C) Jaymie first heard about red foods being nutritious when she was 3 years old, but she did not believe red foods were the most nutritious until she was 80 and had children and grandchildren of her own.
D) Jaymie overheard some of her peers saying that red foods are the most nutritious, but her family members, including her grandparents and great-grandparents, who are no longer alive, have always believed that yellow foods are the most nutritious.
E) People who eat only red foods are more likely to have surviving offspring compared to people who eat foods of many different colors.

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