BarcelonaFertilizers used to increase wheat harvests around the world could be one of the factors explaining the increase in celiac disease cases in recent decades. This proposes a study by an international team of scientists led by ecologist Josep Peñuelas, a researcher at the Center for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF), which has been published in the journal Foods. “We are dedicated to global ecology and we have seen that an important global change factor is that we are increasingly fertilizing the planet with more nitrogen, which has effects on microorganisms, plants and animals, one of which is us.” , explains Peñuelas.
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