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Title Not eating enough : overcoming underconsumption of military operational rations / Committee on Military Nutrition Research, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine ; Bernadette M. Marriott, editor.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, 1995.

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Subject Operational rations (Military supplies) -- United States.
Soldiers -- Nutrition -- United States.
Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Military Personnel.
Alt Name Marriott, Bernadette M.
Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Military Nutrition Research.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 483 pages) : illustrations
Note "This publication, Not Eating Enough, Overcoming Underconsumption of Military Operational Rations, 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"--Page v.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to the concepts and issues : underlying underconsumption in military settings / Herbert L. Meiselman -- Army field feeding system-future / Peter Motrynczuk -- 'Commanders' perceptions and attitudes about their responsibility for feeding soldiers / Celia F. Adolphi -- Nutritional criteria for development and testing of military field rations : an historical perspective / David D. Schnakenberg -- Evolution of rations : the pursuit of universal acceptance / Gerald A. Darsch and Philip Brandler -- An overview of dietary intakes during military exercises / Carol J. Baker-Fulco -- The effects of ration modification on energy intake, body weight change, and food acceptance / Edward Hirsch -- The role of image, stereotypes, and expectations on the acceptance and consumption of rations / Armand V. Cardello -- Effects of food quality, quantity, and variety on intake / Barbara J. Rolls -- Effects of beverage consumption and hydration status on caloric intake / Dianne Engell -- Industry approaches to food research / Eileen G. Thompson -- When does energy deficit affect soldier physical performance? / Karl E. Friedl -- Impact of underconsumption on cognitive performance / Mary Z. Mays -- The functional effects of carbohydrate and energy underconsumption / Stephen Phinney -- The physical eating situation / F. Matthew Kramer -- Eating situations, food appropriateness, and consumption / Howard G. Schutz -- From biologic rhythms to chronomes relevant to nutrition / Franz Halberg, Erhard Haus, and Germaine Cornelissen -- Social facilitation and inhibition of eating / John M. de Castro -- Lessons from eating disorders / John P. Foreyt, G. Ken Goodrick, and Jean E. Nelson -- A plan to overcome ration underconsumption / Edward Hirsch.
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English.
ISBN 0585030820 (electronic bk.)
9780585030821 (electronic bk.)
0309053412
9780309053419
128019281X
9781280192814
9786610192816
6610192812
0309556562
9780309556569
OCLC # 42854435
Additional Format Print version: Not eating enough. Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, 1995 0309053412 (DLC) 95070892 (OCoLC)33232098
Table of Contents
 Preface 
1Introduction and Background3
2Conclusions and Recommendations41
3Introduction to the Concepts and Issues: Underlying Underconsumption in Military Settings / Herbert L. Meiselman57
4Army Field Feeding System-Future / Peter Motrynczuk65
5Commanders' Perceptions and Attitudes About Their Responsibilities for Feeding Soldiers / Celia F. Adolphi77
6Nutritional Criteria for Development and Testing of Military Field Rations: An Historical Perspective / David D. Schnakenberg91
7Evolution of Rations: The Pursuit of Universal Acceptance / Gerald A. Darsch, Philip Brandler109
8An Overview of Dietary Intakes During Military Exercises / Carol J. Baker-Fulco121
9The Effects of Ration Modifications on Energy Intake, Body Weight Change, and Food Acceptance / Edward Hirsch151
10The Role of Image, Stereotypes, and Expectations on the Acceptance and Consumption of Rations / Armand V. Cardello177
11Effects of Food Quality, Quantity, and Variety on Intake / Barbara J. Rolls203
12Effects of Beverage Consumption and Hydration Status on Caloric Intake / Dianne Engell217
13Industry Approaches to Food Research / Eileen G. Thompson239
14When Does Energy Deficit Affect Soldier Physical Performance? / Karl E. Friedl253
15Impact of Underconsumption on Cognitive Performance / Mary Z. Mays285
16The Functional Effects of Carbohydrate and Energy Underconsumption / Stephen Phinney303
17The Physical Eating Situation / F. Matthew Kramer319
18Eating Situations, Food Appropriateness, and Consumption / Howard G. Schutz341
19From Biologic Rhythms to Chronomes Relevant to Nutrition / Franz Halberg, Erhard Haus, Germaine Cornelissen361
20Social Facilitation and Inhibition of Eating / John M. de Castro373
21Lessons from Eating Disorders / John P. Foreyt, G. Ken Goodrick, Jean E. Nelson393
22A Plan to Overcome Ration Underconsumption / Edward Hirsch411
 App. A: Biographical Sketches419
 App. B: Abbreviations433
 App. C: Factors Related to Underconsumption - A Selected Bibliography437
 Index465


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