Uprising for April 3rd, 2005
World's healthiest foods: Eating to Live
degenerative diseases in Indian country can be fought with healthy
diets) by Brenda Norrell for Indian Country, March 2, 2005
"Healthy diets feature whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables,
legumes and fish, and slow down aging. Further, studies show that
pesticides and other environmental toxins used to grow and manufacture
conventional processed foods impact health negatively. "
Water, anyone? By Jean Johnson for Indian
Country Today, March 2, 2005
"Everyone's hands, it seems, are permanently curled around soda pop
cans. But before ossification sets completely in, we still have a
chance and a choice. Perhaps it's time to give nature's elixir a second
chance: time to take Mother Earth up on her bargain and dip into some
cool, clear water." http://www.Indiancountry.com/content.cfm?id=1096410431
Fry bread: the official bread of diabetes
(Letters to the Editor) by Maurene Denzel to the Dakota Journal, March
"As I scanned the front page of the Dakota Journal, Feb. 18-25, I was
struck by the irony in these two articles that were printed side by
side. They were, Diabetes: What you should know and Fry
bread voted state bread."
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