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Observations regarding consumption of Peruvian native grains (quinoa, amaranth and kañiwa), weight status, and perceptions of potential risk factors, warning signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes among Peruvian adults: A case study

@inproceedings{Sanchez2012ObservationsRC,
  title={Observations regarding consumption of Peruvian native grains (quinoa, amaranth and ka{\~n}iwa), weight status, and perceptions of potential risk factors, warning signs and symptoms of type 2 diabetes among Peruvian adults: A case study},
  author={Katherine A Sanchez},
  year={2012}
}
Title of document: OBSERVATIONS REGARDING CONSUMPTION OF PERUVIAN NATIVE GRAINS (QUINOA, AMARANTH AND KANIWA), WEIGHT STATUS, AND PERCEPTIONS OF POTENTIAL RISK FACTORS, WARNING SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES AMONG PERUVIAN ADULTS: A CASE STUDY Katherine A Sanchez, Master of Science, 2012 Directed by: Retired Associate Professor and Extension Specialist Dr. Mark A Kantor, Nutrition and Food Sciences Department Wheat flour-based foods and rice have replaced native cereals in the diets of… 
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