The Lempert Report: Genetics vs. environment in kids' tastes (video)

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According to a recent report from University College London, while genetic and environmental effects are both significant in predicting food preferences in children, the environment has a larger influence on energy-dense foods like snacks, dairy and starches whereas genetics have a stronger influence on nutrient dense foods like fruits, vegetables and protein.

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