Sean Hashmi, MD, MS, FASN

Proud Dad | Nephrologist | Jiu Jitsu Beginner

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Lifestyle Medicine | Nephrology | Physician | Weight Management

Sean Hashmi, MD, MS, FASN, is a dedicated and experienced Nephrologist and Obesity Medicine specialist based in Southern California. Renowned for his expertise in health, nutrition, fitness, and wellness, Dr. Hashmi is a highly sought-after speaker who has captivated audiences with his engaging and informative presentations.

As the Regional Director for Clinical Nutrition and Weight Management at a prominent healthcare organization in Southern California, Dr. Hashmi is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of cutting-edge nutritional programs and weight management strategies. His innovative approach and unwavering commitment to providing evidence-based solutions have solidified his reputation as a leader in his field.

Dr. Hashmi’s passion for serving others extends beyond his clinical practice. He founded SELFPrinciple.org, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, to provide accessible and accurate health, nutrition, and wellness information to the public. Through this platform, Dr. Hashmi shares the latest research findings, empowering individuals to make informed decisions about their well-being.

In addition to promoting health education, SELF Principle supports children’s education through a variety of initiatives. The organization provides scholarships, books, and supplies to deserving students, ensuring that they have the resources necessary to succeed academically and build a brighter future.

With his unwavering commitment to improving the lives of others, Dr. Sean Hashmi has made a lasting impact on countless individuals. His dedication to both his clinical practice and nonprofit work exemplifies his mission to create a healthier, happier world for all.

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Sean Hashmi, MD, MS, FASN
Sean Hashmi, MD, MS, FASN

Sleep more, move more, practice gratitude and kindness, and eat a plant-based diet.


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