Ancient Hawaiians were once one of the most powerful communities in the Pacific. Relatively isolated from foreign intervention, the early inhabitants of the islands enjoyed robust health and were in peak physical condition – it was a requirement of the rugged land and the rough seas, a side effect of living in a paradise of abundance and plenty. Yet, the colonization and subsequent annexation of the islands led to many cultural changes that eventually altered the
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