Food practice in
Mexico is mostly based on corn. You can find corn in almost every meal; they
boil corn to produce a stew. Popular fruits, vegetables, chicken and pork are
more common. Food intolerance, Jewish
people cannot eat meat from an animal that does not chew with them cud, the
hindquarters of any animal, without scales, birds of prey, insects. Infant feeding practices in Mexico has high proportion
of mothers initiated breast-feeding for at least 10 months. In addition, early
supplementation of breast-fed infants with milk and/or other food is common
practice.