Unborn babies get taste for fruit and vegetables from their mothers Babies are more accepting of foods their mothers eat often while pregnantStudy indicates they get also get a taste for novel foods through breast milk The research was carried out by the Monell Centre in PhiladelphiaBabies are 'biologically hardwired' to like food containing salt and sugarStudy found that they are not attracted to bitter foods like green vegetables By Nick Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 15:06 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 23:52 GMT, 14 February 2013 Mothers can reduce the chances of having fussy eaters by eating plenty of vegetables during pregnancy The parental crusade to get children to eat fruit and vegetables should begin before birth, researchers said last night.
A hot shower, a stroll round the park and a curry: The expert's guide to beating your cold in just 24 HOURS | UPDATED: 15:21 GMT, 14 December 2012 When the dreaded lurgy strikes, day in bed can seem like the only option.
Do we REALLY need cupcake ATMs American trend for automatic “cupcake cash machines” hits UK.Cult LA baker Sprinkles launched the dispenser in the U.S. earlier this year and is now bringing the device to BritainBeverly Hills machine churns out over 1,000 cupcakes a day Cakes set to cost around £3 each
Shop-bought baby foods 'lack vital nutrients essential for growth and protection against illness' | UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 5 April 2012 Warning: Experts have warned that popular baby foods do contain vital nutrients (picture posed by actress) Top selling baby foods lack vital nutrients essential for growth and protection against illness, researchers have warned.
Seaweed bread helps dieters consume 180 fewer calories a day – the same as a half hour gym session | UPDATED: 16:12 GMT, 22 March 2012 Eating a slice of bread baked with ground-up seaweed could help you feel fuller for longer, researchers have found.
The crisps with the calories of fruit: New snack made in same way as popcorn has fewer than orange or banana They say a moment on the lips means a lifetime on the hips but now crisp-lovers can brush this clich away.