Calorie and coloring than differ?
Calorie content - this concept most often refers to food or fuels. The calorie content of food (more often refers to 100 g of a product) is the amount of energy that the body receives when eating 100 g of a product. The calorific value of fuel is the amount of energy that is released during the complete combustion of 1 kg of fuel (sometimes, for gaseous fuels, it is referred to 1 cubic meter).
Coloring - this concept is most often used in relation to the description of a person (sometimes other objects). Comes from the word "color" - "color". Roughly speaking, how much a person is "colored" (in a figurative sense), i.e. how different it is from the usual, "gray" environment.
These are two different words and even spelled differently, as you probably noticed:
Calorie from the word calorie is a unit of measure for energy.
Coloration - from the English word Color - color, coloring is a combination of colors and shades. In a figurative sense, it speaks of the variety of qualities of an object.
Completely two different words. With calories, I think everything is clear to everyone, and flavor is, so to speak, a kind of person.
1-food nutritional value = 2-e appearance
"Calorie content", so they say when they want to designate how many calories in a certain product. For example: Halva is a high-calorie product, and Cabbage leaf contains practically no calories. Vividness is called how bright, unusual an object is, and more often a person. Colorful, they say, when they want to say that he stands out for something. If this is a person, that he has a bright, dissimilar, individual appearance. With some characteristic details, for example. For example, in a literary work about such a person: It was a very colorful character.