Remember when your mother forced you to eat one vegetable that was left on your plate, which you intentionally left behind?
Drowning that last piece is always so difficult that I managed to get rid of it, without Mother knowing it.
Apparently, not eating certain vegetables has nothing to do with your picky or picky behavior.
Simply put, the two genetic variants, AVI and PAV, are the two ends that allow you to taste certain chemicals as well as the taste of certain foods.
People who inherit two copies of AVI are not sensitive to the taste of certain chemicals, while people with AVI and PAV both feel the bitter taste of certain chemicals.
Problems arise with those who have two copies of the PAV gene, which makes certain foods very bitter for their tastes.
People with such conditions may not like vegetables that are actually not bitter but taste bitter because of two copies of PAV.
According to Dr. Jennifer Smith of the University of Kentucky School of Medicine:
You should consider what it feels like if you really want your patient to follow nutrition guidelines.
Apparently, the same gene can also make dark chocolate, coffee, and even beer taste bad for some people.