"Original people all over the world have harvested and enjoyed algae and sea weed for centuries. Spirulina, making a strong comeback at health food stores in the United States, is one such ingredient. It was once harvested off rocks at Texcoco lake by the Mexica, who called it tecuitlatl or cocolin – Nahuatl for “rock excrement” and “water viscosity,” respectively. It was then prepared into patties, which were sun dried before consumption."
"Today, breastfeeding rates are highest among well educated, higher income women who are not given free formula and may feel more empowered to make their own decisions about how they feed their babies."
New analysis of the insides of ancient drinkware shows chemical traces of Capsicum species, proof positive that its owners made spicy beverages Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/people-in-mexico-were-using-chili-peppers-to-make-spicy-drinks-2400-years-ago-180947691/#v8oUPEjmpScMEPR6.99