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Military dining facilities serving populations with high energy needs, such as initial entry trainees, will offer a menu containing how many calories per meal? 600 to 700 calories per meal (1,800 to 2,100 calories a day)
Each reduced calorie meal should contain how many calories? 500 calories
Reduced calorie menus should not exceed what percent of total fat? 30 percent
In support of military weight control programs, each military dining facility will offer reduced calorie menus, of? 1,500 to 1,600 calories a day
Personnel wearing nuclear, biological, chemical clothing routinely produce how much sweat per hour? 1-2 quarts
What is the recommended water consumption for troops in warm weather? 4-6 quarts
cholesterol should be limited to no more than how many milligrams(mg)/day? 300 mg
Saturated fat should be limited to what percent of total calories per day? 10 percent
In military dining facilities, menu planners will establish menus with what percent or less of total calories from fat? 30 percent
Approximately, what percent of total calories consumed should come from foods and beverages with carbohydrate sources? 50 to 55 percent
Energy requirements of individuals performing extremely strenuous work in high-mountain areas may reach how many calories a day? 6,000 to 7,000
No adjustment to energy requirements appears to be necessary for environmental temperatures between? 68 and 86 degrees F
Even mildly cold temperatures (32 to 57 degrees F) can increase energy requirements how much? 5 to 10 percent
General Purpose,Improved (GP-I) ration containts how many calories? 1447 calories
Nutritionally incomplete rations used in certain operational scenarios, such as long-range patrol and reconnaissance, when troops are required to subsist for short periods (up to 10 days) carrying minimal weight. Restriced Rations
When the MRE is the sole ration, units will provide supplements and enhancements such as? bread, milk, and fresh fruit
The MRE may be consumed as the sole ration for up to how many days? 21 days
The MDRIs do not reflect the nutritional needs of who? Pregnant or lactating military women nor of those individuals requiring medical nutrition therapy for conditions such as illness, injury, infection, chronic disease, and trauma
The MDRIs will be met, when averaged, over what period? 5- to 10-day period
Who will review the MDRIs with each DRI(Dietary Reference Intake) update published, and make necessary changes to this regulation? The Surgeon General (TSG), Department of the Army (DA)
The GP-I contains how many calories 1447 calories
The Food Packet, Survival, Abandon Ship ration and the Food Packet, Survival, Aircraft/Life Raft ration both contain approximately 300 calories, and are strictly short-term survival rations
Reference measures for weight and height of military members are 174 pounds (79 kilograms (kg)) and 69 inches (175 centimeters (cm)) for men, and 136 pounds (62 kg) and 64 inches (163 cm) for women
Application of these standards to the reference measures for military men and women equates to a protein range intake of 63 to 119 g/day for men and 50 to 93 g/day for women. The MDRI for protein is easily met when protein intake comprises 10 to 15 percent of total energy, and energy intake is adequate.
Water requirements in hot environments Recommend troops consume approximately 4 to 6 quarts of beverage per day when working in warm weather.
When sodium replacement is required, it should be provided through food, beverages, and as added salt to foods The use of salt tablets is not recommended
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