Healthy Living with Nurse Practitioner Sean Dittman EP:002

Local Health Show EP002-Sean Dittman

Highlight Quote

“If you look at the umbrella diagnosis, it’s metabolic syndrome. It’s insulin resistance. It’s hyperlipidemia. It’s hypertension. All this comes under the umbrella of metabolic syndrome and it leads to fatty liver disease, which can lead to fibrosis and eventually cirrhosis. More and more people are needing liver transplants not related to alcohol abuse because of cirrhosis secondary to fatty liver disease which comes from your metabolic syndrome. It’s crazy!”

Sean Dittman, Local Health podcast (15:49)


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Local Health – Episode #2

In the second part of Kevin and Jason’s interview with nurse practitioner Sean Dittman of Affinity Family Care Clinic, the guys continue their conversation on diet and weight loss. You’re going to learn why those chips and salsa taste so damn addictive and what small changes you can make to improve your health and shed those pounds. 

Sean gives his opinion on what foods are actually healthy for you and which natural supplements to take for weight loss. He lifts the lid on America’s obesity epidemic and what carrying excess weight is doing to your hormones, health, and happiness. 

If you feel like you’ve been hearing about Ozempic everywhere but don’t really know what it is or whether it’s right for you, make sure to listen to Sean’s explanation on the new weight loss drugs coming onto the market. You’ll find out what the difference is between the different kinds of weight loss drugs, how much they cost, how much weight you could lose, and how to safely come off the drug. You don’t want to miss it!

If you have a health question for Sean, reach out to the Local Business network via our Facebook or YouTube page! And stay tuned for the third part of Sean’s interview on the next episode of the Local Health podcast.

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