A group of researchers from the University of Leeds analysed the diet of 1250 young children aged from 12 months to eighteen months. As it turned out, already at this age can form a dependence on fatty and sweet. This tells newspaper the Daily Mail.
Scientists cite the example of the frightening cases. For example, the first teeth of one of the children were black. The mother fed the child a coke from a baby bottle. Another child was overweight, mother fed him French fries.
The lower the education level of the mother, the higher the chance that her child will get junk food. Researchers recommend that women with children are more likely to visit pediatricians, the child grew strong and healthy.