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Poor Diets Begin in Infancy, But Poverty May Not Be Cause

Education News – Jordan E. Wassell

“A study conducted by researchers…found shocking differences in the food babies in different socioeconomic classes are fed…Babies who had diets filled with sugar, fat, dairy and regular cereal generally came from households that had an annual income of $25,000 or less…the food they [babies] are given within the first year will affect their palates in the long run, which is very difficult to reverse.” (more)

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