Fetuses grimace over kale, study finds

Fetuses grimace over kale, study finds

Fetuses grimace over kale, but smile for carrots, small study finds It turns out that kids are not the only ones picky about vegetables. Fetuses between 32 and 36 weeks gestation can also appear to grimace over kale and smile for carrots, according to a small study out of the U.K. that examines how fetuses react to flavours. The peer-reviewed paper, published in Psychological Science, looks at fetal chemosensory reactivity and found that fetal facial movements could be detected within …