2021
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902021190276
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Da Amazônia ao guia: os dilemas entre a alimentação quilombola e as recomendações do guia alimentar para a população brasileira

Abstract: Resumo O objetivo deste trabalho é analisar se o hábito alimentar das famílias quilombolas paraenses segue as orientações do Guia Alimentar para a População Brasileira, publicado pelo Ministério da Saúde, em 2014. Foram realizadas entrevistas semiestruturadas nas comunidades de Santo Antônio (Concórdia do Pará, nordeste paraense) e São João (Salvaterra, ilha do Marajó) sob o protocolo CEP 060/07. Foram feitas análises do consumo e das preferências alimentares de acordo com o guia. Os resultados evidenciam: alt… Show more

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“…Although such other causes should be considered, hunting activities have been reported to be common among quilombola individuals, and such activities form a source of animal protein for remote communities in Brazil [34]. In such a scenario, the present study has corroborated with a study on hunting and ecology of mammals among quilombola individuals in southeastern Brazil revealed that the animals hunted were mostly small mammals such as white-lipped peccaries, coatis, armadillos, and opossums [35].…”
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“…Although such other causes should be considered, hunting activities have been reported to be common among quilombola individuals, and such activities form a source of animal protein for remote communities in Brazil [34]. In such a scenario, the present study has corroborated with a study on hunting and ecology of mammals among quilombola individuals in southeastern Brazil revealed that the animals hunted were mostly small mammals such as white-lipped peccaries, coatis, armadillos, and opossums [35].…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 84%