Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Children’s Dislike of Cauliflower and Broccoli Could Be Written in Their Microbiome

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This shows a piece of broccoliChildren whose saliva produced high amounts of sulfur volatiles disliked raw Brassica vegetables the most. The levels of sulfur volatiles were similar in parents and children, suggesting a shared oral microbiome. However, the relationship between sulfur volatiles and the dislike of Brassica vegetables was not as high in adults, suggesting they may have learned to tolerate the taste of the vegetables over time.