The Queen of Fats: Why Omega-3s Were Removed from the Western Diet and What We Can Do to Replace Them

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THE QUEEN OF FATS
WHY OMEGA-3s WERE REMOVED FROM THE
WESTERN DIET AND WHAT WE CAN DO TO
REPLACE THEM

SUSAN ALLPORT

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS

BERKELEY   LOS ANGELES   LONDON

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • One - What’s for Dinner? 1
  • Two - A Trip to Greenland 14
  • Three - How the Omegas Got Their Name 25
  • Four - Monsieur Cholesterol 45
  • Five - Fishy Fats 54
  • Six - Tree Lard and Cow Oil 68
  • Seven - The Chemist in the Kitchen 76
  • Eight - Out of Africa … 86
  • Nine - … and into the Membrane 96
  • Ten - Where Have All the Omega-3s Gone? 103
  • Eleven - The Speed of Life 120
  • Twelve - Putting Omega-3s Back into Your Food Supply 138
  • Thirteen - The Proof Is in the Pudding 147
  • Time Line - Some Important Events in the Long, Unfinished Tale of Omega-3 Research 153
  • Glossary 159
  • Notes 169
  • Acknowledgments 201
  • Index 205
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