Pregnant Mom’s Fave Foods May Also Become Baby’s

 A child’s sense of taste and smell is developed in utero, and new research suggests that a baby’s exposure to certain flavors in the womb — through the mother’s eating habits — could predetermine what that child enjoys eating as a child and adult, The Atlantic reported. Flavors are transmitted through the bloodstream and flavor amniotic fluid, so if a baby experiences a flavor in utero or in breastmilk, they tend to prefer it more than other flavors,...

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