Table of contents for In defense of food : an eater's manifesto / Michael Pollan.

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Introduction: 	An Eater?s Manifesto
Part One:		The Age of Nutritionism
1. From Foods to Nutrients
2. Nutritionism, Defined
3. Nutritionism Comes to Market
4. Food Science?s Golden Age
5. The Melting of the Lipid Hypothesis
6. Eat Right, Get Fatter
7. Beyond the Pleasure Principle
8. The Proof in the Low-Fat Pudding
9. Bad Science
10. Nutritionism?s Children
Part Two:		The Western Diet and the Diseases of Civilization
1. The Aborigine in All of Us
2. The Elephant in the Room
3. The Industrialization of Eating: What We Do Know
a. From Whole Foods to Refined
b. From Complexity to Simplicity
c. From Quality to Quantity
d. From Leaves to Seeds
e. From Food Culture to Food Science
Part Three: 		Getting Over Nutritionism
1. Escape from the Western Diet
2. Eat Food: Food, Defined
3. Mostly Plants: What to Eat
4. Not Too Much: How to Eat It
Acknowledgments
Sources
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nutrition.
Food habits.