Table of contents for The quality of calories : challenging the conventional wisdom on diet, weight control, and disease / Gary Taubes.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Low-carbohydrate diet.
Reducing diets.
Weight loss.
Carbohydrates, Refined -- Physiological effect.
Nutritionally induced diseases.