Beef mit Veganern – Physiologie – TWUP #24

Die vegane Ernährung ist präsenter als je zuvor. Obwohl Wolfgang grundsätzlich keine vegane Ernährung empfiehlt, sieht er einige Vorteile in einer veganen Ernährung. Diese Episode beleuchtet jedoch nicht die Vor- und Nachteile einer veganen Ernährung. Sondern die häufigsten Aussagen mit denen eine vegane Ernährung aus ernährungsphysiologischer Sicht propagiert wird.

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