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Table of Contents Chapter 1. Problems We Face, Solutions We Need Chapter 2. A House of Proteins Chapter 3. Turning Off Cancer Chapter 4. The China Study Chinese vs. American Diet The Bottom Line Introduction ? combine with C. Experimental Design of the China Study Disease, Diet, and Blood Cholesterol Fat and Breast Cancer The Dietary Shields Looking Good The Web Takes Shape Part II. Diseases of Affluence Chapter 5. Broken Hearts Chapter 6. Obesity and Diabetes Chapter 7. Common Cancers: Breast, Prostate, Large Bowel (Colon and Rectal) Chapter 8. Autoimmune Diseases Chapter 9. Wide-Ranging Effects: Bone, Eye, Brain, and Kidney Diseases Part III: Implications for Diet Chapter 10. Eight Principles of Food and Health Chapter 11 The Healthy Human Diet: What the Science Says Chapter 12 Making the Transition Part IV. Why Haven?t You Heard This Before? Chapter 13. Science?The Dark Side Chapter 14. Scientific Reductionism Chapter 15. The ?Science? of Industry Chapter 16. Government: Is it for the People? Chapter 17. Big Medicine: Whose Health Are They Protecting? Chapter 18. Repeating Histories Appendices A. Questions on Protein Effect in Experimental Animal Studies Recipes B. The ?Vitamin? D Connection
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Nutrition, Nutritionally induced diseases, Diet in disease