Nutrition and Hydration Strategies for the Fall. Learn from Dr. John Whyte, WebMD’s Chief Medical Officer.
Fall brings the year’s biggest nutrition challenges. Halloween candy, Thanksgiving leftovers, and holiday treats fill homes and offices, leading to energy spikes and crashes throughout the workday. At the same time, you may be less hydrated, filling up on pumpkin spice lattes and feeling less compulsion to drink water without the summer heat.
Dr. John Whyte, Chief Medical Officer of WebMD, will reveal the impact of proper nutrition and hydration on your brain function, energy levels, and overall health. Discover practical tips and strategies to optimize your diet and hydration habits to enhance your focus, concentration, and creativity at work. Don’t worry—Dr. Whyte won’t suggest that you should not consume any of the season’s tasty morsels.
- How do excessive treats affect energy levels and health?
- How do nutrition and hydration impact mental well-being and productivity?
- What are some practical tips for maintaining optimal hydration and nutrition during the workday?
- What steps should you take to balance nutrition and still enjoy the seasonal treats you love?
Who Should Attend?
John Whyte, MD, MPH
- Popular physician and writer who has been communicating to the public about health issues for nearly two decades
- Chief Medical Officer, WebMD
- Continues to see patients in Washington, DC and Maryland
- Previously director of professional affairs and stakeholder engagement at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Worked for nearly a decade as the chief medical expert and vice president, health and medical education, at Discovery Channel, the leading nonfiction television network
- Served as a health services research fellow at Stanford and attending physician in the department of medicine
- Board-certified internist
- Completed an internal medicine residency at Duke University Medical Center
- Master of Public Health in health policy and management from Harvard University School of Public Health
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