Durante toda nuestra evolución, fuimos como cualquier otra especie de este planeta, en constante hambre y en busca de comida. Comer en exceso es un ejemplo de inadaptación.

Milos Pokimica

Escrito por: Milos Pokimica

Revisado Médicamente Por: Dr. Xiùying Wáng, M.D.

Actualizado el 9 de junio de 2023
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Milos Pokimica es doctor en medicina natural, nutricionista clínico, escritor sobre salud médica y nutrición y asesor en ciencias de la nutrición. Autor de la serie de libros Go Vegan? Revisión de la Ciencia, también dirige el sitio web sobre salud natural GoVeganWay.com.

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Milos Pokimica es doctor en medicina natural, nutricionista clínico, escritor sobre salud médica y nutrición y asesor en ciencias de la nutrición. Autor de la serie de libros Go Vegan? Revisión de la Ciencia, también dirige el sitio web sobre salud natural GoVeganWay.com.

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