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This summer fitness fanatic Kym, who received huge praise for a harrowing Corrie storyline which saw her character Michelle go through the devastating loss of her baby Ruairi at 23 weeks and won the Best Dramatic Performance gong at the British Soap Awards, revealed that she follows the 'paleo diet,' an eating plan modelled on the prehistoric diet of our hunter-gatherer ancestors - lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds.
Their research suggests that purple nut sedge (Cyperus rotundus) -- today regarded as a nuisance weed -- formed an important part of the prehistoric diet. Crucially, the research, published in PLOS ONE and led by the Universitat AutEaAnoma de Barcelona and the University of York, suggests that prehistoric people living in Central Sudan may have understood both the nutritional and medicinal qualities of this and other plants.
According to the chemical compounds and microfossils from dental calculus extracted from ancient teeth, purple nut sedge (Cyperus rotundus) - today regarded as a nuisance weed - formed an important part of the prehistoric diet.
13C Content of human collagen as a measure of prehistoric diet in Woodland North America.
[sup.13]C content of human collagen as a measure of prehistoric diet in Woodland North America.
That was the message from BBC1's new series The Truth About Food, which plonked a group of health-risk volunteers in a zoo compound and fed them a prehistoric diet of raw fruit and veg.
By the estimates of anthropologists, our prehistoric diet consisted of several hundred different plant species.
The actress follows the Paleo diet, an eating plan modelled on the prehistoric diet of our ancestors obtained by hunting and gathering including lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, and her exercise regime includes squats, push-ups and lunges mixed with Tabata, a form of high-intensity interval training.
Wilfred Shawcross' highly influential paper on prehistoric diet and economy (Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 33:107-131, 1967), but no matter.
The prehistoric diet and subsistence of the lower Pecos region, as reflected in coprolites from Baker Cave, Val Verde County, Texas.
Coprolites (dessicated human feces), however, are unique resources for determining the prehistoric diet of archaeological populations.