Published Thursday, the study found that unborn babies at 32 weeks to 36 weeks show different facial expressions depending on the types of food their mothers have eaten, AFP reports.
The scientists used 4D ultrasound scans to watch the reactions of about 100 unborn babies after their mothers ate kale and carrots. Unborn babies who tasted the carrots showed happy, “laughter-face” responses while those who tasted kale appeared unhappy, or “cry-faced,” according to the researchers.
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Published Thursday, the study found that unborn babies at 32 weeks to 36 weeks show different facial expressions depending on the types of food their mothers have eaten, AFP reports. The scientists used 4D ultrasound scans to watch the reactions of about 100 unborn babies after their mothers ate kale and carrots. Unborn babies who tasted the carrots showed happy, “laughter-face” responses while those who tasted kale appeared unhappy, or “cry-faced,” according to the researchers. https://www.lifenews.com/2022/09/22/amazing-new-study-shows-unborn-babies-have-clear-food-preferences/
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That face a baby makes when they eat something they don’t like, a new study suggests it’s an expression he or she has been making since long before birth. The amazing new research from Durham University in England and the National Centre for Scientific Research in France demonstrates how unique and intricately developed babies already are […]
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