According to a recent study, our genes are partly responsible for our food choices. Researchers analyzed food questionnaire responses from 2.590 female twins of age 58 on average and found out that identical twin pairs were more likely to have similar food preferences compared to non-identical twin pairs. This means that there is a genetic component to food choices.

The future research is needed to see whether these results are the same for men and twins of the different age groups.

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