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The CDC and San Carlos: Traditional Western Apache Diet Project

Quiz for CE Credit

This quiz consists of multiple choice questions with one correct answer.
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1. As recently as the 1950s, there were very few cases of type 2 diabetes in the Apache community.


2. Apache elders attribute many of the chronic diseases and childhood toxic stress experienced by Tribal members with the forced internment and move to the Reservation in the mid-to-late 1800s.


3. Apache elders interviewed as part of the intervention program report that the Western-based public health system is good at healing, prevention, and treatment of chronic disease including type 2 diabetes.


4. Program staff observed that Apache youth responded very well to the outdoor Apache setting as compared to the indoor classroom setting for education and learning about traditional foods.


5. To encourage gardening in the Apache community, the program staff described the following technique(s) as successful approaches:





6. Nutrition analysis of traditional Apache foods is a part of the strategy to convey to Western health providers that the pre-Reservation diet was healthy.


7. The Traditional Western Apache intervention program has identified over ___ seasonal wild plant foods in the community: