In “The Pursuit of Happiness,” my 2008 Wallace had one major fact standing in the way of his argument, however: if the Inuit are vulnerable to tetany caused by vitamin D and calcium deficiency, why have rickets and osteomalacia been so rare among them?
In temperate latitudes, rickets and osteomalacia are normally forestalled by milk, sunlight, and supplementary vitamin D3 preparations in cod liver oil and vitamin pills.
If one hypothesizes that the Eskimo diet is low in calcium, and perhaps in sun-formed vitamin D3, how is it that rickets is not evident?
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We might conclude from this that the traditional Inuit diet is superior to the traditional Gaelic diet, perhaps because it wasn’t full of oats.