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25 Cards in this Set

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Nutrition Standards and Education are covered in what?
Army Regulation 40-25
AFI 44-141
Defines the nutrition responsibilities of the Surgeons General of the Army, Aif Force, and Navy.
Who does BUMEDINST 10110.6 apply to?
Active and reserve components of the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps; Air National Guard; Army National Guard.
What is the MDRI?
The Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) are intended for use by personnel involved in menu development and evaluation, nutrition research and educaiton, and food research and development.
MDRIs do not apply to who?
The MDRIs do not reflect the nutritional needs of pregnant or lactating women nor of those individuals requiring medical nutritional therapy for conditions such as illness, injury, infection, chronic disease and trauma.
Who are the role models?
The DOD installation and hospital dining facilities should serve as models to help military members, family members, and DOD employees meet recommended nutritional guidelines.
Where should the menu be designed from?
Menu design will incorporate principles of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the Food Guide Pyramid.
What is NSOR?
Nutritional Standards for operational and restricted rations
Operational rations include?
individual rations (MREs) and group feeding rations (T-ration, Unitized B ration, Unitized group rations)
Total calories from fat should not exceed what percent
How long may MREs be consumed?
21 days
Average male height and weight?
174 pounds and 69 inches
Average height and weight for female?
136 pounds and 64 inches
Cold enviornemtns may increase energy req's by what percent?
5 to 10 %
No adjustment to energy req's appears neccessary for temps between what?
68 and 86 degrees F
For temps 86 to 104 degrees, energy req's may increase by how much %?
2.5 to 10%
50-55% of total calories
.8 to 1.5 grams per kilogram of body weight
What's the limit for fat % in military dining facilities?
30% or less of total calories
Choice of beverage for preventing deydration?
cool water
Troops working in warm weather should consume how much water
4 - 6 quarts daily
Working at high altitudes increases water need to how much?
4 - 6 quarts
Salt tablets?
not recommended
Each military dining facility will offer reduced calorie menus of how much?
1,500 - 1,600 caloreis a day
Military dining facilities serving populations with higher energy needs should off how many calories?
600-700 calories a meal