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D Acronyms AA AD AFB AI AN APES APES AR AWCP BCT BE BMI BOTS BUMED CDPCP CEA CFL CHD CHO CLA CMNR CNS CONUS CVD DEA DHEA Asian American Active duty Air Force base American Indian Alaska Native Army physical fitness school Army physical fitness test Army regulation Army weight control program Basic combat training Body fat Body mass index Basic Officer Training School Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Command-directed physical conditioning program Cost effectiveness analysis Command fitness leader Coronary heart disease Carbohydrate Conjugated linoleic acid Committee on Military Nutrition Research Central nervous system Continential United States Cardiovascular disease U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency Dehydroepiandrosterone 255
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256 WEIGHT A~4NAGEMENT DMED DOD DNA DRG FDA PEP FFM FNB GnRH GW HAWC HCA HDL HMB HPA HPM HRT IC IDC LBM LDL LH LEAN MAJCOM MAW MD MET MO MOS MRE MTF MWR NE NHANES NIH Defense medical epidemiology database U.S. Department of Defense Deoxyribonucleic acid Diagnosis related Coup U.S. Food and Drug Administration Fitness Enhancement Program Fat-free mass Food and Nutrition Board Gonadotropin-releasing hormone Gastric wrapping Heals and Wellness Center Hydroxycitrate High-density lipoprotein Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate Hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal Heal promotion manager Hormone replacement therapy Immediate Commander Independent Duty Corpsman Lean body mass Low-density lipoprotein Luteinizing hormone Lifestyle, exercise, attitude, and nutrition Major Command Maximum allowable weight Medical doctor Master fitness trainer Medical officer Military operational specialities Meals ready to eat Medical treatment facilities Morale, welfare, and recreation Norepinephrine National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey National Institutes of Health
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APPENDIX D NOS NP NWCR OA OTC PA PCS PEA PI PME PRT PT QTL RCMAS RD REE RER RMR RPCP SBWC SES SS SSRI T3 TDY TMD UC UCP USAMRMC USDA VBG VLCD V02max W 257 Not otherwise specified Nurse practioner National weight control registry Overeaters anonyomous Over-the-counter Physicians assistant Permanent change of station Physical Fitness Assessment Pacific Islander Professional military education Physical Readiness Test Physical training Quantitative trait loci Retrospective case mix analysis system Registered dietitian Resting energy expenditure Respiratory exchange rate Resting metabolic rate Remedial Physical Conditioning Program Shipboard weight-control program Socioeconomic status Shipshape Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors triiodothyronine Temporary duty away Temporary medical deferral Unit commander Uncoupling protein U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command U.S. Department of Agriculture Vertical banded gastroplasty Very-low-calorie diets Maximal oxygen consumption Waist circumference ll
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258 WEIGHT MANAGEMENT WBFMP WMP Weight and Body Fat Management Program Weight management program
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