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In addition to a focus on specific nutrient needs in hot climates, the committee considers factors that might change food intake patterns and therefore overall calories. Although concern for adequate nutrition for U.S.
soldiers in Saudi Arabia prompted the initiation of this project, Cited by: This publication, Nutritional Needs in Hot Environments, is another in a series of reports based on workshops sponsored by the Committee on Military Nutrition Research (CMNR) of the Food and Nutrition Board (FNB), Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences.
Other workshops or mini-symposia have included such topics as body composition and physical performance, nutrition and physical performance, cognitive testing methodology. On the following pages is a selection of references dealing with nutritional requirements in hot environments.
This bibliography was compiled from the joint reference lists of the 15 chapters in this report, selected references from a computer-based literature search conducted inand references recommended by the invited speakers as background reading for the workshop Author: Bernadette M.
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On the following pages is a selection of references dealing with nutritional requirements in hot environments. This bibliography was compiled from the joint reference lists of the 15 chapters in this report, selected references from a computer-based literature search conducted inand references recommended by the invited speakers as background reading for the workshop.
Military feeding in hot environments needs to take into account what is known about these changes in food preferences and meal schedules. The components of the rations and field feeding environments should be adjusted to encourage consumption of military rations.
The Committee's report, Nutritional Needs in Hot Environments (Marriott, ), provides responses to the questions the CMNR was asked to address and includes recommendations for future research. The report also includes the 12 invited papers presented at the workshop on topics such as the effects of exercise and heat on gastrointestinal function and nutrient.
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