New study finds that women’s cravings for chocolate begin in the womb

Italian researchers who set out to test whether female and male fetuses respond differently when their mothers eat chocolate found that female fetuses react much more strongly than males to chocolate.

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Researchers measured their babies’ fetal heart rates, including the number of accelerations, as well as their fetal movements before, and then 30 minutes after, the women ate five pieces of dark chocolate (80% cocoa) made and supplied by an Italian master chocolate-maker. (Source)

But aren’t fetuses just a clump of cells? How can there be male clumps and female clumps? How can a clump have a heartbeat? How can a clump move?

Science once again proves that it’s not just a clump.

It’s hard to conceive that our civilization can be so thick on abortion.

One thought on “New study finds that women’s cravings for chocolate begin in the womb

  1. It would be interesting to see if there was any difference between the sexes reaction to chocolate when they share the same womb. (As in the case of fraternal twins of opposite sex.) Also, how early in development this can be observed.

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