Camilo says that Evaluna ate Indigo’s placenta



    Since Camilo and Evaluna had Indigo, their first daughter, at the beginning of April of this year, they have been letting us know little by little more details about how they are handling parenthood. And, although they have tried not to share too many photos of the little girl on social networks, we have been able to see an image of her feet and a very tender video dancing ‘Pegao’ with Camilo. Another of the information that the couple of singers has made public has been that the birth was natural and in their own home. But now, Camilo has just brought to light a fact that he has the social networks in pure ‘shock’: Evaluna ate the placenta after Indigo’s birth.

    The singer of ‘Vida de rico’ has told it in ‘La Resistencia’ with the greatest naturalness when one of the components of the program pointed out: “The rock eats the placenta out there”, to which Camilo replied: “My wife was encapsulated [la placenta] and ate it.” If you still can’t believe it, watch this video:

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    Although the experience should not have been too pleasant for Evaluna, since, as you have already seen in the video, Camilo says: “What a fascinating face it is”, while making facial gestures of astonishment. But Indigo’s parents are not the only ‘celebrities’ who have made this decision, since the very Kim Kardashian also claimed to have eaten her son Saint’s placenta in pills.

    Some people think that eating the placenta after delivery (either raw, whipped or in pill form) generates good stem cells for the baby. However, according to an investigation by American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, there is no scientific evidence on the benefits of this practice called “placentophagy”.

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