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http://mp3.podcast.hr-online.de/mp3/podcast/funkkolleg_ernaehrung/funkkolleg_ernaehrung_20191129_83695437.mp3The wheat is under suspicion. For some it is considered “unnatural”, because the grain has been deliberately bred by humans for centuries. The supposedly “good” opponent: Spelled.Antje SiebFri, 29 Nov 2019 11:00:00 GMTFri, 29 Nov 2019 11:00:00 GMT00: 24: 35,040

The wheat is under suspicion. For some it is considered “unnatural”, because the grain has been deliberately bred by humans for centuries. The supposedly “good” opponent: Spelled.

Antje SiebcleanThe wheat is under suspicion. For some it is considered “unnatural”, because the grain has been deliberately bred by humans for centuries. The supposedly “good” opponent: Spelled.<link/><url/></image><audioid>83695437</audioid></item><item><enclosure url="http://mp3.podcast.hr-online.de/mp3/podcast/funkkolleg_ernaehrung/funkkolleg_ernaehrung_20191121_83637176.mp3" length="" type="audio/mpeg"/><title>Eating and being eaten – proteins in the food cycle (episode 04)http://mp3.podcast.hr-online.de/mp3/podcast/funkkolleg_ernaehrung/funkkolleg_ernaehrung_20191121_83637176.mp3
http://mp3.podcast.hr-online.de/mp3/podcast/funkkolleg_ernaehrung/funkkolleg_ernaehrung_20191121_83637176.mp3What do living things need proteins for, or more precisely, one of their smallest chemical building blocks, nitrogen? How do you get enough proteins? And what does mean…

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