Study explain early humans ate starch--and why it matters

May 11, 2021
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"We think we’re seeing evidence of a really ancient behavior that might have been part of encephalization — or the growth of the human brain,” said Harvard Professor Christina Warinner, Ph.D. ’10. “It’s evidence of a new food source that early humans were able to tap into in the form of roots, starchy vegetables, and seeds.” Read the article. Study explain early humans ate starch--and why it matters
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