Prenatal diet can influence babies' food preferences later in life

08/9/2011 | ABC News

Researchers at Monell Chemical Senses Center say they have learned that a woman's diet during pregnancy affects her baby's preferences for food later. According to the study, the amniotic fluid absorbs the flavors that the mother takes in during pregnancy, which results in food or odor memories for their offspring.

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