Dietary nutrients and anthropometry of Dene/Métis and Yukon children

  title={Dietary nutrients and anthropometry of Dene/M{\'e}tis and Yukon children},
  author={T. Nakano and Karen Fediuk and N. Kassi and G. Egeland and H. Kuhnlein},
  journal={International Journal of Circumpolar Health},
  pages={147 - 156}
  • T. Nakano, Karen Fediuk, +2 authors H. Kuhnlein
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Circumpolar Health
  • Abstract Objective. To describe nutrient intakes and anthropometry of 10-12–year-old Dene/Métis and Yukon children in the Canadian Arctic. Study design. 24h-recall interviews (n = 222 interviews) were conducted on Canadian Dene/Métis and Yukon children in five communities during two seasons in 2000 – 2001; the children were measured for height and weight (n = 216). Methods. Assessment of nutrient adequacy used Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs) including cutpoint procedures. Anthropometric… CONTINUE READING
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