blueberries and flaxseed every morning. Both have amazing health benefits. Not only are they natural, they're giving me super-powers.
Do you know that linen is made from flax? And do you know that before the 20th Century, most clothing was made from linen, not cotton?
In ancient Egypt, Europe in the Middle Ages, and North America up to the 19th Century, linen was by far the most common clothing fabric. It remained dominant until farm-labor became cheap (due to slavery) and industrialization made cotton easier to grow. Linen is stronger, more absorbent and dries faster than cotton but much more expensive to produce.
I feel like I'm eating history going back to the Egyptians. Do you ever wear linen?