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Author Stacey, Michelle.

Title Consumed : why Americans love, hate, and fear food / Michelle Stacey
Published New York : Simon & Schuster, [1994]


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 W'PONDS  394.140973 Sta/Cwa  AVAILABLE
Description 237 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Introduction: A Pinch of Anxiety, A Dash of Sin: Fin de Siecle Eating in America -- Ch. 1. Seeds of Self-Denial: The Transformation of Food in the 1890s -- Ch. 2. Foods from the Lab: Building the Illusion of Fat -- Ch. 3. Inside the Hype Machine: The Life and Death of Oat Bran -- Ch. 4. Eating Your Medicine: The Battle Over Superfoods -- Ch. 5. Designer Foods: Making Breads with a Blueprint -- Ch. 6. Fear of Fats: The American Diet on Trial -- Ch. 7. Food Control: An Epidemic of Disordered Eating -- Ch. 8. Public Eating: Serving the Food Phobes -- Conclusion: A New (And Old) Way of Eating: Rediscovering Pleasure
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-226) and index
Subject Food habits -- United States -- Psychological aspects.
Food habits -- United States.
Nutrition -- United States -- History.
LC no. 93034940
ISBN 0671767542