Paleo

Historically, TigerNuts have been the most relied upon energy source in the human diet and possibly the main food assisting in our human evolution. Using science tools, some really smart people from Oxford University discovered that TigerNuts made up 80% of our collective pre-human diet around 2 millions years ago in Africa. This makes TigerNuts a true Paleo food. You can find the Oxford study here: http://www.ox.ac.uk/media/news_stories/2014/140109_1.html . TigerNuts were also one of the earliest cultivated crops by the Egyptians and were found in the tombs of pharaohs. It has even been hypothesized that our human “sweet tooth” is a result of our long relationship with TigerNuts. Pretty sweet, huh? *add image of nutcracker man skull and/or egyptians harvesting tigernuts*