Le mercure est une toxine industrielle et la substance la plus neurotoxique connue. Le plancton l'absorbera de l'eau de mer et initiera la bioaccumulation dans la chaîne alimentaire.

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Milos Pokimica est docteur en médecine naturelle, nutritionniste clinique, rédacteur en santé médicale et nutrition et conseiller en sciences nutritionnelles. Auteur de la série de livres Devenir vegetarien ? Examen des sciences, il exploite également le site Web de santé naturelle GoVeganWay.com

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