The Paleolithic Diet

Here is the basic question: “Would you be healthier (or fitter or thinner) if you ate like a cave man?” Sometimes called the “Paleo” or “”Primal” diet, this concept actually emerged in the 1970s but has gained popular momentum today as the trend of high-protein/low carb continues and the...



Low-fat Diets

Low-fat diets came into popularity in the 1970s and 1980s on the idea that fat would make you fat and cause heart disease. Consumer books like the Scarsdale Diet and Pritikin Diet fanned the fuels of the fire and eventually thousands of individuals were seeking to reduce the amount...



NEW Blog Series – What’s in a diet?

Join Us Next Week for a New OAC Blog Series, ”What’s in a diet?” They go by a hundred different names – “Low Fat,” “Low Carb,” “High Protein,” “Atkins,” “Pritikin,” “Zone,” “Mediterranean,” “Okinawan,” “Blood Type,” “Gluten Free,” and many, many more. Despite their differences they all claim to be the...



The Long View: Nutrition for the Rest of Your Life

*Please Note: The OAC Blog is not a substitute for medical advice. If you have any questions regarding the information in this blog series, please be sure to speak with a healthcare professional regarding your concerns. For many of us, the thought of doing anything for the rest of...



Bariatric Surgery Follow-up – It’s Important!

*Please Note: The OAC Blog is not a substitute for medical advice. If you have any questions regarding the information in this blog series, please be sure to speak with a healthcare professional regarding your concerns. After you have had bariatric surgery, your surgeon or healthcare provider will ask...



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