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Thursday, November 29, 2012 – Is it Food Addiction?: 
Part two of our series on addiction examines the high rates of obesity in Indian country. Indian Health Services reports that 80% of American Indian and Alaska Native adults between the ages 20 to74 are either obese or overweight. Why is this so? Is the kind of food we are eating like high fat foods, high carbohydrates and processed foods causing these high rates? Or, is it an addiction to food? The label of food addiction is sometimes controversial so is that why people shy away from using it? With the mental health community somewhat divided on the causes or even the designation, the obesity rates cannot be ignored. Loss of traditional eating systems are often mentioned as a reason for the high rates but, where does food addiction fit into this picture? Is it an over looked problem in our tribes? Guests include Mary Annette Pember (Red Cliff Ojibwe) independent journalist whose work focuses on Native American issues and culture.

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Thursday 11/29/2012 @ 9:30AM - 12:00PM
ArtistSongAlbumLabelComments
Wally & Polei The Breeze and I Na Mele Me Ke Aloha Fat Tuesday
Brittni Paiva A Taste Of Honey Tell U What Brittni Paiva Music
Ken & Bob Tiger Shark Reprise Escape To Jazz Island Grass Skirt
Jim & Bob/George Ku The Prince Genial Hawaiians 1932-34 Grass Skirt
Keola Beamer Ho'okupu Makou Ia Manono Malama Ko Aloha 'Ohe Records
Kalei Gamiao AIN'T NO SUNSHINE Redefined Neos Productions
Amy Hanaiali'i Songbird My Father's Granddaughter Ua Records
Hot Steel & Cool Ukulele I Want to Learn to Speak Hawaiian Hapa Haole Hit Parade Self Released
Tara Gatewood www.nativeamericacalling.com
Patrick Landeza Hula Blues Kama'alua Addison Street Records
Fawn Wood Every Once in A While ISKWEWAK: Songs of Indigenous Womanhood Canyon Records
Redbone Clouds in my Sunshine Greatest Hits Sony
Indigenous Come on Home Chasing the Sun Vanguard
Airbreak
Thunder Hill Intertribal Relentless: Southern Style Pow-Wow Songs Records LIve at the University of Oklahoma Canyon Records