Winson, Anthony.

The industrial diet : the degradation of food and the struggle for healthy eating / Anthony Winson. - New York, N. Y. : New York University Press, 2014, c2013. - x, 340 p. ; ill, charts, tables, photo. ; 23 cm.

"First published in Canada by UBC Press." -- Back of title page. Spring 2014 Selected Accessions List -- Health/Psychology

Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-332) and index.

Between producers and eaters: a dietary regime approach -- Discordant diets, unhealthy people -- From neolithic to capitalist diets -- From patent flour to Wheaties -- Pushing product for profit via branding: the early twentieth century -- Speeding up the making of food -- The simplification of whole food -- Adulteration and the rise of pseudo foods -- The spatial colonization of the industrial diet: the supermarket -- Meals away from home: the health burden of restaurant chains -- The industrial diet goes global -- Transformative food movements and the struggle for healthy eating -- Case studies of a transformative food movement -- Toward a sustainable and ethical health-based dietary regime.

9781479862795, 02/04/14, 29.22

Food supply--Health aspects.
Food industry and trade--Health aspects.
Industrialization--Health aspects.

613.2 W782

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