Chapter 1: Foundations of critical aspects of food and nutrition studies
Chapter 2: Critical perspectives in clinical practice of nutrition and dietetics
Chapter 3: Community nutrition and dietetics practices and food democracy
Chapter 4: Policy and practice: what does this gap look like using a critical nutrition and dietetics lens?
Chapter 5: Training and educating a critical nutrition and dietetic workforce: new perspectives
Chapter 6: Why is a critically reflexive practice critical to nutrition and dietetics?
Chapter 7: Swimming against the tide: 12 ways of bringing critical nutrition and dietetics into conventional practices
Chapter 8: Critical nutrition and dietetics in industry, private practice and consultancy: the importance of ethics
Chapter 9: World economic crisis: food, hunger and health disparities
Chapter 10: Dietitian as Advocate and Activist: Our Past, Present, and Future Possibilities
Chapter 11: Toward critical nutrition counselling practice and pedagogy
Summary: Summing it all up critically
John Coveney and Martin Caraher