Definition of 'placenta'
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SOME doctors doubt the physical benefits of eating placenta. The Sun (2016)SOME doctors doubt the physical benefits of eating placenta. The Sun (2016)You get blood and placenta all over them. The Sun (2012)People have done gross things like cooking and eating their placenta. The Sun (2016)Many people will think this is shocking but lots of mammals eat their placenta after birth. The Sun (2013)In another he prepared a pâté from human placenta; the regulator upheld a complaint about that one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Would you eat your placenta? The Sun (2013)She also used the first episode of the new series of her reality show this month to announce she plans to eat the placenta after the birth. The Sun (2013)The fox cub was still attached to its umbilical cord and placenta when it was spotted in a garden and brought into the centre by the homeowner. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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