The Impact of Dietary Changes Among the Inuit of Nunavik (Canada): a Socioeconomic Assessment of Possible Public Health Recommendations Dealing With Food Contamination

Results show little downside economically or nutritionally when replacing some "country food" with food from other sources, but few have actually altered their lifestyle perhaps because of the high value placed on the traditional economy.
Gérard Duhaime
Marcelle Chabot
Pierre Fréchette
Véronique Robichaud
Solange Proulx
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Risk Analysis: An International Journal, vol. 24, no. 4, August 2004, pp. 1007-1018
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