Metabolic syndrome is not a disease in itself but a combination of risk factors that include:
University of South Alabama
Family Nurse Practitioner – 2017
Weber State University
B.S. Nursing – 2005
After practicing as a Registered Nurse for over a decade, Sheryl Bingham became a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2017. She is committed to advancing health promotion, disease prevention, and quality outcomes in an empathetic, compassionate, holistic, and professional manner.
Sheryl was born and raised in Davis County. She graduated from Northridge High School then traveled often with her husband’s military career. She’s excited to be back in Utah practicing with Dr. Rohn Rigby and the medical weight loss team. Sheryl believes that weight loss is so much more than just eating less and exercising more. There are so many factors to consider, and she’s passionate about helping patients live healthier lifestyles.
Sheryl and her husband have five children and enjoy biking, hiking, and skiing together in their spare time.
With so many numbers and strange words, nutrition labels can sometimes be difficult to figure out. What numbers are most important? What should we avoid? We sat down with Medical Weight Loss Expert Sheryl Bingham, FNP-C, to talk about what to look for.
We all like the idea of exercising, but with our busy schedules, it’s often hard to find the time. We sat down with Medical Weight Loss Expert Sheryl Bingham, FNP-C, to discuss realistic ways to help you fit exercising into your hectic schedule.
According to healthline.com, 29.1 million people in the United States have diabetes, but 8.1 million others may be undiagnosed or unaware of their condition. Could you be someone with undiagnosed diabetes? We sat down with Medical Weight Loss Expert Sheryl Bingham, FNP-C, to talk about the warning signs and symptoms of diabetes.
Intermittent fasting is more than just a weight loss technique—narrowing the window on when you eat may help slow the aging process, lower your risk for cardiovascular disease, and improve your sleep. This method of eating is gaining popularity due to the studied health benefits, but it’s also raised a few questions.