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- What is MDRI?
- Military dietary reference intake
What are operational rations? And what is the total percentage of calories from fat any meal can contain?
MRE's, T-rations, unitized group rations, and unitized B rations.
No meal should exceed 35% total calories from fats
How many days can MRE's be consumed as the sole ration?
Short term survival rations contain approximately how many calories?
General purpose, Improved ration (GP-I) contain how many calories exactly?
What is the reference measures for men and women which they base the average body size on?
- Men- 174 lbs and 69 inches
- Women- 136 lbs and 64 inches
What are the energy requirements for cold weather?
5 to 10% more calories must be consumed.
What are the energy requirements for a hot environment?
- 68 to 86 degrees- no change
- 86 to 104 degrees- 2.5 to 10% more calories consumed
How many calories should you consume in a high altitude with extremly strenous work activity?
What percent of total calories consumed should be carbohydrates?
How many grams of protien a day should men consume? Women?
- Men- 91 (63-119) g/day
- Women- 72 (50- 93) g/day
In military dining facilities what is the total percent of fat military menu planners can have in any meal?
For every 1000 calories expended how much water should u drink?
How many quarts are recommended for troops working in warm weather?
4 to 6 quarts
How many much water is recommended for troops in high altitude climates?
4 to 6 quarts
Although the first few days it is recommended that 2 to 3 of the quarts have 50 to 100 grams of carbohydrates to minimize hypohydration and alright sickness.
After the first few days that will increase to 100 to 125 grams of carbohydrates per quart.
How many calories are in a reduced calorie menu per day?
How many calories are in a standard meal
How many calories are in a meal at command with high energy needs?
How many calories should a man take in on a day that is "general/routine"? Women?
How many calories should a man take in on a day that is "light activity"? Women?
How many calories should a man take in on a day that is "moderate activity"? Women?
How many calories should a man take in on a day that is "heavy activity"? Women?
How many calories should a man take in on a day that is "exceptionally heavy"? Women?
What does the comprehensive weight management program at a minimum teach soldiers?
- Assessing readiness for change
- Lifestyle change
- Nutrition counseling
- Self monitering
- Behavioral training
- Physical activity
- Relapse pervention
The "reference measures" represent what percentile of military men and women?