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Houston Medical Forum Nutrition and Healthy Eating Town Hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Ms. Daphene Altema-Johnson
01:23:39
Gail - the generally recommended amount is 8 ounce glasses of water per day. However, it depends on many factors and vary for each individual. For adults, the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine is 11.5 cups a day for women, and 15.5 cups a day for men.
Ms. Daphene Altema-Johnson
01:27:55
Whole fruits have natural sugars, which is okay. Added sugars (table sugar, high fructose syrup) are what’s proven to be harmful.
Anjail Sharrief
01:38:12
Feel free to post more questions in the chat or Q&A.
Dr. Kathy Flanagan
01:44:11
Is it required to have a psychological assessment before bariatric surgery?
Anjail Sharrief
01:46:39
Many people are facing food insecurity with the pandemic. can anyone address that and how it is impacting communities
Ms. Daphene Altema-Johnson
01:47:30
Fruits with high water content - watermelon, strawberries, oranges, lettuces, cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes.
Dr. Kathy Flanagan
01:54:50
Great Town Hall!
Ms. Daphene Altema-Johnson
01:58:49
https://houstonmedicalforum.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/HMF-Nutrition-and-Healthy-Eating-Bingo-Card-1.pdf
Nashid Sharrief
02:01:20
Thank you all! Excellent Town Hall!