Km 7.- Intimidades de la ciencia nutricional

El mundillo de la ciencia nutricional no siempre es todo lo transparente y riguroso que debería. Y la única manera de progresar es reconocer la situación y tomar las medidas para mejorarla.

Afortunadamente, las audaces eminencias que se han propuesto la titánica tarea de limpiar bajo la abultada alfombra de la investigación médica y nutricional ya…

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