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Is your child a fussy eater? The reason could be in their genes

Research suggests that picky eating and a refusal to try new foods are heavily influences by a child’s genetic makeup Parents who are driven to distraction by their toddler’s picky eating can take comfort in the fact that it’s just as likely to be down to nature as nurture. According to research into the behaviour of 16-month old children, fussy eating and a refusal to try new foods are both heavily influenced by the child’s genetic makeup, and are not just a result of upbringing.
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