12 Weird Food Phobias

lachanophobia—the fear of vegetables—is a real thing. Too bad, because failing to get your daily recommended amount of veggies

Lachanophobia

 A world without chocolate seems scary enough, and we can't help but wonder, is it possible to fear the fear itself?

Xocolatophobia

Suffer from alliumphobia avoid garlic like the plague. Similarly, other alliums such as onions, chives, and shallots may trigger major panic attacks

Alliumphobia

Deipnophobia fear dining with others and conversing while eating. So if you've spotted your coworker eating alone or heard

Deipnophobia

Mageirocophobia, or the fear of cooking, might. Folks with this fear either avoid cooking a meal for themselves or a group of people for a number of reasons.

Mageirocophobia

The cremini your roommate ordered on her pizza, you may have mycophobia. That's the fear of fungi or mushrooms.

Mycophobia

Peanut butter lovers know that one minor side effect of indulging in the creamy spread is getting it stuck to the roof of your mouth

Arachibutyrophobia

Citrus has been shown to help detox the body, spurring weight loss, but folks with acerophobia just can't seem to get on this bandwagon.

Acerophobia

Greek means alcohol, and when you pair that prefix with "phobia," you pinpoint folks who seriously dread drinking alcohol

Methyphobia

Rich in heart-healthy omega-3s and lean protein yet people with ichthyophobia avoid the swimmers at all costs

Ichthyophobia

The thought of eating another piece of chicken breast for dinner, you may be a victim of alektorophobia or just need to jazz up your daily

Alektorophobia

Americans classified themselves as expert-level chopstick users while 24 percent admitted they've never tried using the Asian utensil.

Consecotaleophobia

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