1:15

Specifying Optimal Nutrient Composition for Military Assault Rations

Andrew Young, US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine(USARIEM)

1:35

Physiological Demands of Combat Operations

Scott Montain, USARIEM

1:55

Medical Consequences of Combat Operations

MAJ Sangeeta Kaushik, USARIEM

2:15

Discussion on Rations

2:45 pm

OPTIMIZATION OF MACRONUTRIENT COMPOSITION

(Moderator: Robin Kanarek, Tufts University)

2:50

Carbohydrate and Fat Intake: What is the Optimal Balance?

Jorn Helge, Copenhagen Muscle Research Center

3:10

Carbohydrate-Protein Balance for Muscle Performance

Kevin Tipton, University of Birmingham, UK

3:30

Carbohydrate Ingestion During Intense Activity

Edward Coyle, University of Texas at Austin

3:50

BREAK

4:05

Macronutrient Composition of Military Rations for Cognitive Performance in Short-Term, High-Stress Situations

Randall Kaplan, Canadian Sugar Institute

4:25

Do Structured Lipids Offer Advantages for Negative Energy Balance Stress Conditions?

Ronald Jandacek, University of Cincinnati

4:45

Optimum Protein Intake in Hypocaloric States

L. John Hoffer, Jewish General Hospital

5:05

Discussion on Optimization of Macronutrient Composition

6:00

End of Day



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