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Everyone that many young children don't eating their greens. Parents a hard time getting their children to eat vegetables like broccoli and Brussel sprouts. A new study may have an answer about why this . The study at the eating habits of two- to four-year-olds. It that not liking greens is because of a child's genes. This means parents do not have to stress out over their children not eating enough vegetables. Many parents because they cannot get their children to healthily. The study found that changes in two genes can children dislike greens. The changes put some youngsters off trying new food and can them into fussy eaters.

The study that changes in DNA can how some small children things differently. These children think many green vegetables very bitter. Children without the DNA changes do not think these vegetables bitter. Natasha Cole, a member of an obesity prevention program at Illinois University, said it not surprising some children have a very sensitive taste. She said this them think things like broccoli are bitter. She said the new research could to find new ways of childhood obesity. Ms Cole says there needs to be more research. She said: "There is a huge gap in the research when children from a milk-based diet to foods that the rest of the family eats."

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