New consignment of guests in Pasapalabra. Four new celebrities arrive on the Antena 3 set to try to help the contestants and enjoy the successful show. On this occasion, among those in charge of adding seconds in the lockers of the candidates to win the El Rosco jackpot is Boticaria García.

Her official name is María de los Ángeles García García, but in the media and on social networks she is much better known as Boticaria García.

Natal de Belmonte (Cuenca), is a doctor in Pharmacy and graduated in Human Nutrition, Dietetics, Optics and Optometry. In addition, she has become one of the most recognized scientific and health educators in Spain.

His passion for pharmacy was inherited from his parents who were pharmacists in their town all their lives. Now Boticaria García combines teaching -she teaches in the Degree in Nutrition and in the Master’s in Science Dissemination at the Isabel I University-, with her articles in EL MUNDO.

Regarding the origin of Boticaria García, the pharmaceutical expert says that one day, tired of hearing in the family pharmacy the refrain of “I’ve read on the internet that…”, she decided to open a blog to explain issues related to nutrition in a simple way. and health.

Marián García, as he is known outside the micro, can also be heard on Radio Marca and seen on La Sexta. Likewise, his collaborations are common in programs such as La hora de la 1 (TVE), Órbita Laika (La 2) and De Pe a Pa (RNE).

Previously, the most media pharmacist also participated in different spaces such as Saber vivir (La 1), La aventura del saber (La 2), It’s already noon (Telecinco) or It’s happening (Telemadrid).

In 2020, he promoted the Mascarillas Boticaria solidarity project for the benefit of research and social assistance.

For this action, he received the NAOS Strategy Award (Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Prevention) awarded by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and the Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN).

To date, Boticaria García has written three books: The impatient patient (2015), El muco radioactivo (2017) and York ham does not exist (2019), which was translated into Portuguese after nine editions in Spain. In 2020, she published 123 questions about coronavirus together with the journalist Arantxa Castaño, an open access publication.