Sense of Taste

Sense of Taste


Studies have shown that what a woman eats during her pregnancy is easily detectable in her amniotic fluid, and the baby develops a taste for familiar flavors.


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Since your baby is surrounded by amniotic fluid, he/she only taste molecules from your bloodstream and doesn't have the sense of smell yet to amplify those flavors. But even with this blunted sense of taste, your baby will start to recognize foods.


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