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作       者:Dr. Robert Lustig

出  版  社:Fourth Estate

出版时间:2012-12-29

字       数:52.2万

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Sugar is toxic, addictive and everywhere. So what chance do you have of living sugar-free? With busy lives and little time left for cooking we find ourselves relying on a diet of processed food. But this is what’s responsible for our chronically expanding waistlines, soaring levels of diabetes and a catalogue of diseases. Dr Robert Lustig reveals the truth about our sugar-laden food: ? Why conventional low-fat weight loss advice won’t work: not every calorie is the same, and skipping lunch doesn’t mean it’s ok to eat dessert ? Why too much sugar can cause serious illness even if you are not overweight ? How the food industry is filling our diets with hidden sugars – and which foods you must cut out to avoid them ?How governments are complacent about, and even complicit in, exacerbating our food debacle He will radically change the way you see your food and give you more than a fat chance of a healthier, happier and smarter life!
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Title Page

Dedication

Contents

Introduction

Part I. The Greatest Story Ever Sold

1. A Fallacy of Biblical Proportion

2. A Calorie Is a Calorie—or Is It?

3. Personal Responsibility versus the Obese Six-Month-Old

Part II. To Eat or Not to Eat? That’s Not the Question

4. Gluttony and Sloth—Behaviors Driven by Hormones

5. Food Addiction—Fact or Fallacy

6. Stress and “Comfort Food”

Part III. “Chewing” the Fat

7. The Birth, Care, and Feeding of a Fat Cell

8. The Difference Between “Fat” and “Sick”

9. Metabolic Syndrome: The New Scourge

Part IV. The “Real” Toxic Environment

10. The Omnivore’s Curse: Low Fat versus Low Carb

11. Fructose—The “Toxin”

12. Fiber—Half the Antidote

13. Exercise—The Other Half of the Antidote

14. Micronutrients: Home Run or Hyperbole?

15. Environmental “Obesogens”

16. The “Empire” Strikes Back: Response of the Food Industry

Part V. The Personal Solution

17. Altering Your Food Environment

18. Altering Your Hormonal Environment

19. Last Resorts: When Altering Your Environment Isn’t Enough

Part VI. The Public Health Solution

20. The “Nanny State”: Personal versus Societal Responsibility

21. What Hath Government Wrought?

22. A Call for Global Sugar Reduction

Epilogue: Not a Top-Down but a Bottom-Up Movement

Notes

Glossary

Index

Acknowledgments

About the Author

Copyright

About the Publisher

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