Study: Genes may determine sense of taste

08/22/2008 | HealthDay News

Some people might be genetically hard-wired to be especially sensitive to bitter foods, researchers found. In order to help children overcome their aversions, it could be helpful to repeatedly expose them to bitter tastes, such as broccoli.

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