No, you shouldn’t eat your placenta, here’s why

No, you shouldn't eat your placenta, here's why Humans and underwater animals are the only mammals that don’t eat their placentas. from Bryony McNeill, Deakin University In almost all mammals, the placenta - the organ that develops in pregnancy to provide oxygen and nutrients to the baby and remove waste products - is eaten

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