These were I'm going to say about three to four inches long and with kernels in them about the size of small bebe pellets or shotgun shot.
Tiny seeds in rows like todays corn on the cob only much smaller and full of enzymes and nutrients and fiber and minerals and carbohydrates.
Six of these little heads of corn might have four grams each of carbohydrates.
Probably half that or one forth that..
The corn on the cob we eat today and love has thirty two grams of carbohydrates and I'm not sure of the enzymes and fiber and minerals and nutrients.
So six of the original corn on the cob at four grams each carbohydrate is twenty four grams carbohydrate or sugar.
At four grams per teaspoon sugar thats six teaspoons of sugar for the six ears.
Today at thirty two carbs per ear that's one hundred and ninety two carbs or forty five teaspoons.
We got to count bulk though when we do this and availability.
How much corn was where and what times of year and how much did people eat and with what other foods in their diet.
Potatoes and rice and wheat and apples and oranges and every other plant and tree there is are the same way.
Our entire food chain.
This has been going on for thousands of years and is the reason for civilizations and war and the murdering and taking of other peoples land and killing their families and babies and women and children by the millions and taking over the whole planet earth.
Alcohol and caffeine are also a big part of this.
Alcohol is the highest form of sugar.
All of these stimulants turns man into these waring greedy monsters we are today.
Aztec and Mayan and Inca highbred and agriculturized plant life as did the Greek and Egyptians.
All waring killing murdering enslaving societies that we hold in high esteem.
Then came The Roman Empire and then the White European Kingdoms and the taking of the Americas by murdering whole tribes of men and women and children and babies by the millions.
Slaughtering all of the people and then the buffalo and the passenger pigeons and the forests.
The rest is history..
Murdering monsters that we became and are still today.
Seven and a half billion of us..
Fifty millions of people were murdered or died from starvation and disease in World War II..
A half a million of them Americans..
The American Cival War with the North Against the South killed and murdered something like four million or more..
War in Washington DC..