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A Masterclass On Reversing Visceral Fat to Increase Longevity and Reduce Chronic Disease with Sean T. Omara, MD, JD

A Masterclass On Reversing Visceral Fat to Increase Longevity and Reduce Chronic Disease with Sean T. Omara, MD, JD

Update: 2023-10-023
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As we age and start to experience subtle shifts in our bodies, we might notice more swollenness in our joints and puffiness in our faces and generally feel more lethargic and less mentally sharp. These are telltale signs of chronic inflammation that could be linked to high levels of visceral fat—the “hidden fat” that’s stored deep inside our organs. 


Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Dr. Sean O’Mara for a deep dive into the dangers of visceral fat, what foods and lifestyle factors promote visceral fat production, and how we can take steps to lower our levels to prevent chronic disease and prolong our life span. 


Dr. Sean O’Mara works with business executives, professional performers, and athletes motivated to optimize their biology through innovative techniques of performance enhancement. Dr. O'Mara was the founder of an innovative medical start-up in Minneapolis, MN, called Lantu, which focuses on health and performance optimization.


Dr. O'Mara and his team used cutting-edge data analytics to glean insights to identify and leverage innovative biometrics of health, the human genome, and the microbiome. He has over a decade of experience evaluating and reversing chronic disease.


In this episode, Dhru and Dr. O’Mara dive into (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):

-What is visceral fat, and why is it so dangerous? (1:46 / 1:46 )

-Visual differences between healthy fat and visceral fat (10:35 / 7:25 )

-The top five diet and lifestyle factors that contribute to visceral fat (20:10 / 16:50 )

-The link between longevity and visceral fat (35:16 / 32:06 )

-Visceral fat vs subcutaneous fat in obesity and menopause (39:49 / 36:42 )

-Dr. O’Mara’s patient with TOFI (thin on the outside, fat on the inside) (59:11 / 55:20 )

-What makes a person susceptible to having a lot of visceral fat? (1:03:11 / 59:40 )

-The marbling of skeletal muscle tissue and risk for heart disease (1:22:11 / 1:17:52 )

-Study of visceral fat in sprinters (1:28:52 / 1:23:15 )

-How visceral fat impacts nitric oxide, blood flow, cognition, and hair growth (1:31:50 / 1:30:42 )

-Optimal level of visceral fat in the body (1:51:58 / 1:48:50 )

-Energy balance vs a whole-foods diet: which is best for reducing visceral fat? (2:01:49 / 1:56:47 )

-The link between visceral fat and the gut microbiome (2:03:30 / 2:00:42 )

-Dr. O’Mara’s take on alcohol (2:20:04 / 2:16:54 )

-Dr. O’Mara’s tips for sleep optimization (2:26:19 / 2:23:10 )

-Taking your health journey one step at a time (2:31:28 / 2:28:41 )

-The best way to exercise to reduce visceral fat (2:35:40 / 2:31:44 )

-Erectile dysfunction (2:52:20 / 2:49:12 )

-Best way to measure visceral fat (3:00:41 / 2:56:36 )


Also mentioned in this episode:

-Dr. Sean O’Mara on The Minimalist Podcast

-YouTube Link


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A Masterclass On Reversing Visceral Fat to Increase Longevity and Reduce Chronic Disease with Sean T. Omara, MD, JD

A Masterclass On Reversing Visceral Fat to Increase Longevity and Reduce Chronic Disease with Sean T. Omara, MD, JD