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The publication The Atlantic also claims that laboratory animals are getting heavier, as well as pets and other animals. Animals in strictly controlled research laboratories that have enforced the same diet and lifestyle for decades are also ballooning. and it refers to a research article published in 2010 by The Royal Society: Canaries in the coal mine: ...


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There is partial evidence supporting this. Specifically, there is evidence that the food pregnant women eat during pregnancy may affect their children’s food preferences during their childhood. For example, the study “Long-term flavor recognition in humans with prenatal garlic experience” (Hepper et al, Developmental Sychobiology, 2012) tested how much ...


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