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209220 US Navy Peak Performance Through Nutrition and Exercise

209220 US Navy Peak Performance Through Nutrition and Exercise

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 Peak PerformanceThrough Nutrition andExercise
Anita Singh, Ph.D., RD, Tamara L. Bennett, M.S. andPatricia A. Deuster, Ph.D., M.P.H.Department of Military and Emergency MedicineUniformed Services University of the Health SciencesF. Edward Hebert School of MedicineSeptember 1999
 Through Nutrition and Exercisei
 Funding to develop this guide was received from Health Affairs,Department of Defense (DoD). Our project was one of many health promotionand prevention initiatives selected for funding. The selection of this projectindicated a need for resources and materials that address the health andfitness needs of military personnel. We recognize that there are numerousbooks, tapes and websites dedicated to physical fitness and performancenutrition for the general public. However, our goal was to develop acomprehensive resource that is specifically tailored to address the uniquephysical fitness and nutrition requirements of Navy personnel. Our previouspublications include “
 The Navy SEAL Nutrition Guide
 ” and “
 The Navy SEAL Physical Fitness Guide
 ”. We hope that the nutrition and fitness informationin this guide will help you achieve both your professional physical readinessand your personal performance goals. A companion guide for use by healthpromotion personnel is entitled “
  Force Health Protection: Nutrition and Exercise Resource Manual
 iiPeak Performance
 We would like to acknowledge the following for reviewing the bookentitled “
  Force Health Protection: Nutrition and Exercise Resource Manual
 on which this guide is based:From Bureau of Medicine (BUMED):CAPT Janee PrzybylFrom Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS):LCDR Sue Hite and LCDR Neil CarlsonFrom Navy Environmental Health Center (NEHC):Ms. Mary Kay Solera, Ms. Sally Vickers and Ms. Diana SettlesFrom Navy Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP):CDR Al Siewertsen, Ms. Pam Beward and Ms. Andrea AndrasiFrom the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS):COL Jeannette E. South-PaulOur thanks go to the following individuals whose photographs appear inthis guide: HM2 Jeanette Miller, HN Ellen Tate, HM1 (FMF) Rico Renteria,HM1 (SW/AW) Michael Mitchell, HM2 (FMF) Keith Avery, J02 CeriseFenton, Dr. Jeffrey Bennett, and Dawn Schultz. Also, many thanks to HM1(FMF) Otis B. Brown, the USUHS Brigade, and Morale, Welfare, andRecreation (MWR) for allowing us to take pictures during the Navy PRTsand the MWR sponsored events. We also want to acknowledge Mr. GeneJillson from Defense Visual Information Center for providing us with theNavy images that appear throughout this guide.
 Cover photo from Defense Visual Information Center’s “Defense Image Digest: Equipment andWeapons Systems” CD ROM, image file number DN-SC-93-06135.Disclaimer: The opinions and assertions expressed herein are those of the authors and should not beconstrued as reflecting those of the Department of the Navy, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), or the Department of Defense.

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