Bitter sensitive children eat more vegetables with help of dip

Thursday, December 1, 2011 - 22:30 in Psychology & Sociology

Close to 70 percent of children have a sensitivity to bitter tasting foods, and that can cause them to avoid many of the leafy, green vegetables they should be eating for healthy development. But new research has found that adding a small amount of dip can help children with this sensitivity eat more of their vegetables.

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