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  1. Adults will be healthier in societies with low carbohydrate intake than those with high carbohydrate intake (235).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  2. Adults will be healthier in societies with high fat intake than in societies with low fat intake (235).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  3. Adults will be healthier in societies with a high calorie diet than societies with a low calorie diet (235).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  4. Adults will be healthier in societies located in high latitudes than those in low latitudes (235).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  5. Infants will be healthier in societies with high calorie diets than those with low calorie diets (230).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  6. Infants will be healthier in societies that customarily feed a high protein supplement to infants than those that do not (230).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  7. Adults will be healthier in societies with a long nursing period than in societies with a short nursing period (235).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  8. Infants will be healthier in societies that increase protein intake during lactation than those that do not (230).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  9. Infants will be healthier in societies that increase calories for women during lactation than those that do not (230).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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  10. Infants will be healthier in societies with long nursing periods than those with short nursing periods (230).Whiting, Marjorie Grant - A Cross-Cultural Nutrition Survey of 118 Societies, Representing the Major C..., 1958 - 2 Variables

    Dietary variation has been implicated in population-level heath outcomes such as adult height and infant health. Here the author investigates these relationships in a sample of 118 nonindustrial societies, providing a comparative and quantitative assessment of nutrition and health cross-culturally.

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