Children eat what they like, but food intake driven more by what they dislike

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Children eat what they like, but food intake driven more by what they dislike

It is often said that ‘children eat what they like,’ but the results of a new study by nutritionists and sensory scientists suggests that when it comes to meals, it is more accurate and more relevant to say, ‘children do not eat what they dislike.’

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