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Bioactivities of Marine Polysaccharides on the Gut immune systeme - Update

Abstract : We do not look at people as humans but more generally as one element of an ecosystem within an infinity of ecosystems that influence each another. Why create artificial molecules, which are a source of imbalance for these ecosystems, when everything we need already exists? By replacing additives, pesticides and antibiotics used in the food processing industry by a natural element, algae, along the entire food chain, the benefits for our nutrition and health would be considerable. We are a mere element of an ecosystem that surrounds and inhabits us at the same time.
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Mustapha Berri. Bioactivities of Marine Polysaccharides on the Gut immune systeme - Update. 3. Breizh Algae Tour, Breizh Algae., 2014, Nantes, France. 27 Diapositives. ⟨hal-02792147⟩

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