Alaskan Native Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays

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American Dietetic Association, 1991 - Medical - 24 pages
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agutuk Alaska Area Diabetes Alaska Area Native Alaska Native Clients Alaska Peninsula Aleut Aleutian Islands American Diabetes Association American Indians among Alaska Natives Anchorage Appendix Area Diabetes Program Area Native Health Artificial sweetener Athabascan Indians baidarka beach asparagus beluga whale berries blueberries bowhead whale Boyko Brooks Range Calories carbohydrate caribou carrots CD CD CD cereal chiton Cholesterol Clients with NIDDM CM CM CM CO CO CO CO CO CO LO coffee consumed consumption content per serving cooked Counselors of Alaska cranberries Crowberry cup Servings cup tea Diabetes Care diabetes mellitus diet Duck soup ducks eaten eggs Encourage clients Eskimos live eulachon evaporated milk fatty acid Fiddlehead fern fish food practices Fred Hutchinson fresh fruit Gumboots Haida halibut highbush hooligan Hudson Bay ice cream Implications for Counselors intake Inuit Inupiat kayak kcal Kodiak Island Ledum ling cod lipid LO CO LO LO luncheon meats margarine mayonnaise meals meat milk moose Muktuk Muskrat native foods Native Health Service NHANES Nobmann North Slope Borough nutrient Nutrient content per Nutrition obesity onion oz dried salmon pastry pilot bread population Portion control Potlatch Prevalence Pribilof Islands protein ptarmigan rice salmon salmon Common name salmonberries saturated fat Schraer seal oil Seaweed Servings per recipe sheet of waxed Sitka skim milk slices homemade snack snack foods Sodium soft drinks soup sour dock southeast Alaska soy sauce Starch/bread Sugar substitute sweetener tbsp Tim Gilbert Tlingit tomcod traditional foods Tsimshian tsp margarine tsp sugar tundra vegetables Venison Vitamin Vz cup walrus water chestnuts waxed paper whale whitefish wild wild celery wild green Willow greens Yupik Yupik Eskimos

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