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Você acha que é colocado hormônios no frango que comemos, e que esses hormônios são prejudiciais à saúde? Assista esse vídeo e confira! 

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Czarick, M. and B. Fairchild. 2012. Seven reasons why chickens are NOT fed hormones. Poultry Housing Tips 24(4):1-4. 

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Nutritional and Developmental Roles of Insulin-like Growth Factors in Poultry J. Nutr. (1998) 128 (2): 302 

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