You can learn a lot about someone by their smile, and new research has taken that approach to study the true paleo diet. Scientists from the University of Adelaide and the University of Liverpool have analyzed the teeth of Neanderthals found in two European caves, and learned that not only did they chow down on a wide variety of food, but they may have even been the first to discover the pain-killing effects of certain plants and molds.
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