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Nutrition Standard and Education: Chapter 2
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  1. Who reviews the Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) with each Dietary Reference Intake (DRI) update publish, and makes necessary changes to this regulation?
    The Surgeon General (TSG), Department of the Army (DA)
  2. Personnel involved in menu development, menu evaluation, nutrition education, nutrition research, and food research and development all uses what reference?
    Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs)
  3. The Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) are quantitive estimates of nutrient intakes to be used for planning and assessing diets for who?
    A healthy military population.
  4. What population or individual does the Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) not support its nutritional needs?
    • 1) Pregnant or lactating military women.
    • 2) Individual requiring medical nutritional therapy.
    • 3) Ill and/or injured individuals.
  5. Who documents the basis for the Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs)?
    United States Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM)
  6. Personnel involved in menu development, menu evaluation, nutrition education, nutrition research, and food research and development use what references as guidelines for preparing food?
    Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs)
  7. The Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) are quantitive estimates of nutrient intakes to be used for planning and assessing diets for what population?
    Military Population
  8. How are the pregnant or lactating military women, individuals requiring medical nutrition therapy for conditions such as illness, injury, infections, chronic disease, and trauma reflected under the Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs)?
    Not reflected due to different nutritional needs.
  9. When is Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) not established?
    When Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) or DRI is not established.
  10. What are the two nutrients that are approved and are an exception for any Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA)?
    Potassium and Sodium
  11. Over how long of a period are the Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs) be met?
    Over a 5 to 10 day period.
  12. The most recent release of the United States Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database for Standard Reference is used for what reason?
    As a standard reference for nutrient composition.
  13. What is the Nutritional Standard for Operational and Restricted Rations based on?
    The Military Dietary Reference Intakes (MDRIs)
  14. What are designed to support the special nutritional requirements for various actual or simulated combat situations?
    Nutritional Standards for Operational and Restricted Rations (NSORs)
  15. Total calories from fat should not exceed how many percent of calories per rations?
    35 percent
  16. How many days can MRE be consumed as the sole rations?
    21 days
  17. When are Restricted Rations used?
    Certain operational scenarios (Long-range patrols and Reconnaissance)
  18. When does the Nutritional Standards for Operational and Restricted Rations not apply?
    When it comes to survival rations.
  19. What is the average military height and weight the National Standards for Operational and Restricted Rations (NSORs) based on? male and females?
    • Male: 174 pounds & 69 inches
    • Female: 136 pounds & 64 inches
  20. In cold weather environment, the body can increase energy requirements. What are the temperature that constitute a cold weather environment?
    32 to 57 degrees Fahrenheit
  21. In hot weather environment, the body can increase energy requirements. What are the temperature that constitute a hot weather environment?
    68 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
  22. In a high altitude environment, the body can increase energy requirements. What altitude does the body increase energy consumption?
    10,000 feet (3050 meters)
  23. What percentage of total calories consumed should come from foods and beverages with carbohydrate sources?
    50 to 55 percent
  24. How much protein on average should military men and women take a day?
    • Men: 63-119 g/day
    • Female: 50-93 g/day
  25. In military dining facilities, what percentage of fat is established during menu planning?
    30 percent or less.
  26. Approximately, how much beverage should be consumed a day when working in a warm weather?
    4 to 6 quartz
  27. When working in high altitude, what is added with the beverages taken to prevent hypo-hydration and altitude sickness for the first few days?
    50 to 100 grams of carbohydrates/quart of beverage.

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