Table of contents for Rethinking thin : the new science of weight loss--and the myths and realities of dieting / Gina Kolata.

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[Kolata table of contents]
Prologue		000
Chapter 1: Looking for Diets in all the Wrong Places		000
Chapter 2: Epiphanies and Hucksters		000
 Interlude 1: Month One		000
Chapter 3: Oh, To Be as Thin as Jennifer Aniston (or Brad Pitt)	000
 Interlude 2: Month Two		000
Chapter 4: A Voice in the Wilderness		000
 Interlude 3: Month Three		000
Chapter 5: The Terrible Experiments		000
	Interlude 4: Five Months		000
Chapter 6: Insatiable, Voracious Appetites		000
	Interlude 5: Six Months		000
Chapter 7: The Girl Who Had No Leptin		000
	Interlude 6: Ten Months		000
Chapter 8: The Fat Wars		000
	Interlude 7: Two Years		000
Epilogue		000
Notes			000
Acknowledgments	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Weight loss -- Psychological aspects.
Reducing diets -- Psychological aspects.
Health behavior.