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Dietary patterns of ethnic non-indigenous populations in northern British Columbia: A cross-sectional survey study
Dietary transitions and acculturation of different ethnic and immigrant subpopulations in western countries are associated with change in diet patterns and increased obesity risk. Loss of the "healthy immigrant effect" have been observed in such populations , so further research is critical. The study objectives were to a) explore dietary patterns for a sample from various ethnic backgrounds in northern British Columbia, b) examine the association between dietary patterns and healthy bodydoi:10.24124/2018/58879 fatcat:jsw4dgcof5hfvo63uh5hymx7jm