Inuit Northern Native Tribes

The Inuit are the indigenous people native to the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland. Known for their ingenuity and crafts, the Inuit have occupied the Arctic for over 5,000 years.

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Food Chains and Food Webs

Can you get phosphatidylserine from food sources?

The short answer is : Yes.

There are THREE major sources for phosphatidylserine: cow brains and soy lecithin and lamb's kidneys (excellent source). Lamb's kidneys, rich in phosphatidylserine, can improve memory and stress response. A study in the journal Nutritional Neuroscience showed high levels were associated with feeling less stressed and having a better mood. Snip out the white cores and fry in a little butter for three minutes each side.

As a supplement, the phosphatidylserine derived from cow brains (BC-PS) is banned in the US due to fears about mad cow disease.

While phosphatidylserine occurs in soy lecithin, it does differ in molecular structure from the phosphatidylserine found in cow brains. It is important to note that the studies about human cognitive improvement were done with phosphatidylserine derive from cow brains.

Your body actually produces phosphatidylserine. However, theraputic doses for memory improvement are 100 mg two-three times a day. While phosphatidylserine occurs in several foods, it is most prevalent in soybeans. However, to obtain 100 mg of phosphatidylserine, you would need to ingest 3 kg of soybeans. Soybeans contain 1.5-3% lecithin which in turn has 14-18% "other phospholipids" (which would include phosphatidylserine).

So, ingesting 100 mg of unrefined lecithin should give you about 10-20 mg (approximately) of "other phospholipids". IF this fraction was ALL phophotidylserine (which it is not), it would take about 2000 mg of unrefined lecithin to meet a therapeutic dosage of phosphatidylserine.

Besides soybeans, other foods rich in lecithin include egg yolks and chicken and beef liver. As these are foods that many people avoid due to cholesterol, it is highy unlikely that you can ingest enough phosphatidylserine in your diet to meet therapeutic dosages. Add to that the fact that not all ingested phosphatidylserine is adequately absorbed (particularly as our gut ages), and the difficulty becomes even more complicated.

Adding lecithin granules to your diet rather than taking lecithin capsules is probably the easiest (and cheapest) way to up the phophatidylserine in your diet. Lecithin contains many other substances beneficial to your health and, like the B-Vitamins, these substances may help each other be more effective. Be wary of the type of lecithin, however. Bulk Foods, have a lot of good information about foods and nutrients.

However, if you are suffering from cognitive decline and absolutely must have a specified amount of phosphatidylserine, the supplements which are STANDARDIZED are your best bet. In this case, however, you should consult a natural healing practitioner that will help you through the maze of the supplement world.

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Inuit Northern Native Tribes

How did the tlingit haida and chinook adapt their way of life to the forest and sea enviornment of the west coast?

I’m learning about it.😂

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Do eskimos listen to music?

yes they like "Ice Ice Baby"

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History of Europe
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What diseases did the Europeans give to the First Nations?

Small Pox, Yellow Fever, STD's of all sorts, UR MOM DISEASE the worst one of them all!

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How long can a mule live?

A mule can live up to 40 years and work 35 of the 40 years.

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What do Irish people look like?

Irish people are caucasian Europeans. They are stereotyped to be rufous (red-headed) and extremely white skinned. While true for a small portion of the Irish and Irish-Americans, most Irish people actually do not fit this description. They range from very white to light brunet skinned (like Irish stepdancer Gillian Norris and actor Colin Farrell) and most have dark brown hair. All shades of brown are common as well as blonde and jet black hair. Red hair is, as mentioned above, least common but still present throughout the population. Eyes of all colors are present in the Irish population. Irish people of darker complexions are sometimes termed "Black Irish" in the United States and are said to be the descendants of Spaniards who swam to shore following the wreckage of the Spanish Armada off the west coast of Ireland. This legend is false; the "darker" Irish are most likely the original Celtic inhabitants of the island, predating the Viking and Anglo invasions from the east. Additionally, the R1b haplogroup is most common in western, southern and northern Ireland, Wales, Brittany, Galicia and the Basques, suggesting these peoples have similar origins. Many researchers place the origin of the original Hibernians (ancient Celtic Irish) in northern Spain and northern Portugal. These first inhabitants were most likely medium skinned and dark haired, like most early (Bronze Age and Pre-Bronze Age) western Europeans.

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History of Canada
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Where do the Inuit people live?

Eskimos live in Alaska. Eskimos are the native people whose ancestors have lived in Alaska long before Alaska was a State. Many people think Eskimos still live in igloos, but they live in houses much like any other people.

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Do Russians Wear Jeans?

Of Course, Russia is quite westernised, especially in the West.

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Clothing

How do Eskimos make their clothes?

Animal skins provides clothing for the Eskimos; their favorite is caribou because it is warm and lightweight. Lacking caribou they would settle for seal, polar bear, or even Arctic fox. Styles varies from area to area, but in all regions everyone wear the same combination: a hooded jacket, trousers or leggings, socks, boots, and mittens. Sometimes goggles made from wood or bone were worn. In winter two sets of clothes were used. The inner layer would have fur next to the skin. The second layer would have fur on the outside. Air between the two layers help keep body heat in and allowed perspiration to evaporate. A single layer is enough during summers.

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What was inuit clothing made out of?

Historically much of their clothing was made of seal skin and caribou hides but modern Inuit have much the same clothing as we do for cold weather. It is a dying art to make clothes from animal hides.

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English to Hawaiian

How do you abbreviate the word 'white'?

You cannot. It is a general rule that you can't abbreviate one-syllable words.

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Humor & Amusement
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What are eskimo brothers?

Eskimo Brothers are men that have slept with the same woman. At one time or another, they 'shared an igloo'. It's similar to "wiener cousins". There's an article or two about it on Urban Dictionary.

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What did the Inuit eat?

The Inuit tribe was well known for its hunting and fishing skills. They hunt whales, muskoxen, walrus, caribou, ringed seals, birds, fish, and sometimes even the Arctic fox. Basically, they ate just meat which is high in protein and fat.

The Inuit gathered and ate what was available- sometimes grasses, roots, stems, berries, and seaweed was found and preserved depending on the season and location.

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What types of crafts can be made from aluminum cans?

Any musical instrument. Use creativity.

For some great craft ideas see the link I have provided.

I saw on TV, I believe it was on DIY, to cut can in half with tin snips, then cut flower petals by cutting straight lines in the can, then go back and round the edges. Pull petals down, paint, i ASSUME WITH A FIREPROOFED PAINT, AND USE FOR CANDLES, TEA LIGHTS, SCENTED, ETC.

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Inuit Northern Native Tribes

Did the Inuit Tribe make pottery or baskets?

To make pottery one needs clay. Most baskets are made of reeds or wood strips. The necessary items to do both are not handy to them. The do make items from soapstone, bone, and leather.

AnswerYes, Inuits make baskets.
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When did the Alaskan Inuit get invaded?

1700's

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What is the difference between an Eskimo and a Alaskan Indian?

The Inuit and Alaskan Indians come from two completely different ancestorial origins. So different that they have two different blood types.

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What do eskimo's eat?

Fish, seal, whale, caribou, polar bear, walrus, blackberries, blueberries, cloudberries, geese, ptarmigan, clams, mussels, just to name a few.

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What do inuit children do all day?

Inuit children are just like any other child in America. They play video games, watch television, play outside, but the biggest difference is that all of them also help with food. Some of what they do is helping gut fish, smoke fish, and prepare for cooking.

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What the Inuit tribe eats?

the inuit ate arctic foxes, snow shoe hares, caribou, polar bears,walruses,and whales. when the inuit caught something they never wasted any bit of it they sould use the bones for bows and arrows and the blubber for lamps

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Height

How tall is a inuit?

24cm

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What did the Copper Inuit hunt in the Winter?

They hunted carboui

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Song Meanings

Where is Quinn Snyder?

According to their web site, he's coaching the Austin Toros of the NBA developmental league.

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What is the Inuit word for survivor?

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Who cooked the food in the Inuit tribes?

women

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