The Native American Sioux Tribe

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Native American Sioux Tribe
The population that will be discussed in this paper is the Native American Sioux tribe. The Native American Sioux Tribe or the Dakota or Lakota Tribe has experienced health issues such as diabetes and obesity as a result of their dietary and lifestyle changes. The Sioux tribes were traditional hunters who hunted for their food and consumed grass-eating animals such as a buffalo (Indians.org, n.d.). The diet of the Sioux tribe is influenced by culture. The purpose of this paper is to describe the food and culture habits of this population, food patterns for daily eating and holidays, provide a days’ worth of meals as well as holiday meals, special food habits, nutritional adequacy, nutritional problems,...
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