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New Book - Nutrition for a Better Life: A Journey from the Origins of Industrial Food Production to Nutrigenomics

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Author: Brabeck-Letmathe, Peter
Title: Nutrition for a Better Life: A Journey from the Origins of Industrial Food Production to Nutrigenomics
Publisher: Campus Verlag
Publication Date: 11/15/2016

New Book - Digesting Femininities: The Feminist Politics of Contemporary Food Culture

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Author: Natalie Jovanovski
Title: Digesting Femininities: The Feminist Politics of Contemporary Food Culture
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

New Book - Eating to Learn, Learning to Eat: The Origins of School Lunch in the United States

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Author: A. R. Ruis
Title: Eating to learn, learning to eat : the origins of school lunch in the United States

Re: Query: History of Public Health Nutrition Work with Native American Populations

For something related to Canadian First Nations, take a look at Ian Mosby's work on forced nutritional research in residential schools. He received a great deal of attention for his research on this topic a few years ago. He might be someone to get in touch with:

http://www.ianmosby.ca/about/

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