La nueva dieta sostenible para los españoles 4 (Oda al Cereal)

Distinguido señor Garzón… ¿sabía usted que la Academia Nacional de Ciencias de los Estados Unidos, la cúspide del análisis científico independiente y objetivo del país, ya en 2017, publicó una revisión de la labor del comité que emite las directrices dietéticas para los estadounidenses (las mismas que la última actualización de nuestras recomendaciones cita 21 veces), concluyendo que su metodología no alcanza los estándares de rigor esperados y que su procedimiento (el mismo que se lleva usando 40 años para enseñarle al mundo qué constituye una dieta saludable) debe ser rediseñado… porque no es fiable?

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Los dos centenares adicionales (que alguien debería mirar)

(y las mencionadas en al audio, por orden de aparición)

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