ビーガンの食事によくある栄養素欠乏症と、適切なサプリメントと食品の選択によってそれらを予防する方法について学びましょう。

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医学的に検証した結果 Xiùying Wáng, M.D. 博士。

Updated 6月 10, 2023
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