Flashcards in ***2018***_BUMEDINST 10110.6 - Nutrition Standards and Education Deck (35):
Nutrition Standards and Education
What does MDRI stand for?
Military Dietary Reference Intake
Do MDRI's reflect the nutritional needs of pregnant or lactating military women?
MDRIs will be met, when averaged, over a how many day period?
5 to 10 day period
What does NSOR stand for?
Nutritional Standards for Operational and Restricted Rations
The total calories from fat should not exceed what percent of calories from NSOR rations?
The MRE may be consumed as the sole ration for up to how many days?
After 21 days of MRE continued MRE consumption, what other rations can be provided?
T-ration, Unitized B ration and Unitized Group Rations (UGR-A and UGR H&S(heat and serve)
When MREs are the sole ration, units will provide what supplements and enhancements whenever feasible?
Bread, milk, and fresh fruit
What are restricted rations?
nutritionally incomplete rations used in certain operational scenarios, such as long-range patrol and reconnaissance. Up to 10 days.
T/F The NSOR does not apply to survival rations.
Where is basic nutrient information available for all rations?
NATICK PAM 30-25, Operational Rations of the Department of Defense
MDRI calculation is taken from the references oh height and weight of what percentile of military men and women?
Body Size Reference?
Men: 69" 174 lbs, Women: 64" 136 lbs
personnel doing heavy work or involved in prolonged, vigorous physical training may have energy requirements that exceed what percent of the MDRI for energy?
Working in mildly cold temps 32-57F° can increase energy requirements by __ to __ percent?
When ambient temps warrant high levels of cold-weather protection, energy requirements may increase to approximately __ cal/kg body weight.
54 calories/kg body weight
Energy needs are higher (aprox __ cal/kg bw) when troops maneuver for prolonged periods (+2 hrs) with heavy gear?
62 Calories/kg bw
No adjustment to energy requirements appears to be necessary for environmental temps between __ and __ degrees F?
For temperatures in the 86-104°F range, energy requirements may increase from __ to __ percent.
2.5% - 10%
Energy requirements for high-alt operations, alt greater than __ ft, are substantially increased.
Energy requirements of individuals performing extremely strenuous work in high-mountain area may reach __ to __ cal a day.
Aprox 50 to 55 percent of total calories consumed should come from food and beverages with __ sources.
Protein range for military men/women?
♂=63 to 119 g/day, ♀=50 to 93 g/day
Protein is easily met when protein intakes comprises __ to __ percent of daily total energy intake.
10 to 15 percent
In military dining facilities menu planners will establish menus with __ % or less of total cal from fat.
30 % or less
Saturated fat should be limited to __ %of total cal?
Cholesterol should be limited to no more than __ milligrams(mg)/day?
What is the recommended amount of beverage per day should troops consume while working in warm weather?
4 to 6 quarts
Personnel wearing nuclear, biological, chemical clothing routinely produce how many quarts of sweat per hour?
1 to 2 quarts
Working at high altitude increases water needs to aprox how many quarts per hour?
4 to 6 quarts
When are carbohydrate-electrolyte beverages justified?
At least 3 hrs of continuous labor
in support of military weight control programs, each MDF will offer reduced calorie menus of __ to __ calories a day.
1,500 to 1,600
Carb/elec beverages should have what concentration of carbs from sugars and starches?