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Indigenous Health: Nutrition


Health Canada: Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide: First Nations, Inuit and Métis:

Health Canada: First Nations and Inuit Health: Aboriginal Head Start On Reserve Program Sharing Circle Stories (6 videos from across the country, including one from North Battleford). See the link:

First Nations Food, Nutrition & Environment Study:

First Nations Health Council: Healthy, Self-Determining and Vibrant B.C. Frist Nations Children, Families and Communities:  Nutrition, see website:

Millburn, M.P., 2004. “Indigenous Nutrition: Using Traditional Food Knowledge to Solve Contemporary Health Problems.” American Indian Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 3-4, pp. 411-434.


Oosman, S. “Kica-Wasimisinanahk Miyo-ayawin ~ Our Children’s Health. Promoting Physical Activity and Nutrition Through a Health Promoting School-Based Intervention in a Métis Community”. Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Studies, U Saskaskatchewan, 2012.

Thompson, B. E., “Nutrition Positive: An Incentive Program in Saskatoon Elementary Schools”, M.Sc. In Pharmacy & Nutrition, U Saskaskatchewan, 2008.

Wagner, M., “ The Infant Feeding Experiences and Decision- Making Influences of Aboriginal Women in Saskatoon”, M.Sc. In Nutrition & Dietetics, U Saskaskatchewan, 2005.