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Contents Prologue A Brief History of Banting Part I The Fat/Cholesterol Hypothesis Chapter 1 The Eisenhower Paradox Chapter 2 The Inadequacy of Lesser Evidence Chapter 3 Creation of Consensus Chapter 4 The Greater Good Part II The Carbohydrate Hypothesis Chapter 5 Diseases of Civilization Chapter 6 Diabetes and the Carbohydrate Hypothesis Chapter 7 Fiber Chapter 8 The Science of the Carbohydrate Hypothesis Chapter 9 Triglycerides and the Complications of Cholesterol Chapter 10 The Role of Insulin Chapter 11 The Significance of Diabetes Chapter 12 Sugar Chapter 13 Dementia, Cancer and Aging Part III Obesity and the Regulation of Weight Chapter 14 The Mythology of Obesity Chapter 15 Hunger Chapter 16 Paradoxes Chapter 17 Conservation of Energy Chapter 18 Fattening Diets Chapter 19 Reducing Diets Chapter 20 Unconventional Diets Chapter 21 The Carbohydrate Hypothesis, Part I: Fat Metabolism Chapter 22 The Carbohydrate Hypothesis, Part II: Insulin Chapter 23 The Fattening Carbohydrate Disappears Chapter 24 The Carbohydrate Hypothesis, Part III: Hunger and Satiety Epilogue Notes Acknowledgements Index
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Carbohydrates, Refined -- Physiological effect.
Nutritionally induced diseases.