Check out where food meets science. You might be able to get junior to try new foods, but that doesn't mean he or she is going to like them. Maybe ever. A study released by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shows compelling evidence that children's aversion to unknown foods is genetically predisposed, The scientists reached their conclusions by observing 66 pairs of twins aged 4 to 7. Among the participants an astounding 72 percent of their reluctance to bite into something unfamiliar could be explained by genes. The findings don't mean that tastes can't change. In fact, in cases where the parent is overweight, they should. The study revealed that the child could escape the risk of also being heavier by introducing new foods into their diet. It is suggested that parents lead by example, bringing new foods into the home on a regular basis and introducing them to children. The avocado might be the perfect place to start. Ranked as the most reviled food among the young, the avocado is considered to be the most nutritious of all fruits. Just don't turn it into guacamole. Onions and peppers also got a big share of thumbs-down.
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