La nueva dieta sostenible 7 (la apoteosis)

A pesar del recurrente estribillo que exalta el peligro de comer carne, tanto por cuestiones de salud (que no), como de sostenibilidad (que parece que tampoco), cuyo eco reverbera sonora y obcecadamente en la nueva actualización de nuestras recomendaciones dietéticas, las proverbiales tornas ya están cambiando (y a una velocidad de vértigo, además).

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