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The science behind kids disliking vegetables

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07.48 23 Sep 2021


The science behind kids disliking vegetables


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07.48 23 Sep 2021


Your children may be turning their noses up at broccoli and Brussels sprouts for good reason! New research suggests that rather than just being fussy eaters, children dislike vegetables like cauliflower, kale, and cabbage because of a type of bacteria in their mouths. If your children turn down healthy foods, should you try to make them eat them? To get tips and advice we spoke to  Sarah Keogh, Dietician at Eatwell.ie.  

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