National Nutrition Week on September, 2017: What are some good books on nutrition I should read?
National Nutrition Week 2017. Nutrition Week 2013 National Nutrition Week 2011
National Nutrition Month is a nutrition education and information campaign sponsored annually by the American Dietetic Association (ADA). The March campaign, now in its fifth year, is designed to focus attention on making informed food choices and developing sound eating and exercise habits.
The health guidelines for National Nutrition Month help the public make better choices which could help reduce the risk for some chronic diseases, including cancer.
To accomplish this goal, the ADA recommends that people:
Aim for fitness - exercise at least 30 minutes a day, five or more days a week
Build a healthy base - follow national dietary guidelines
Choose foods sensibly
In regard to choosing healthy foods, people are encouraged to:
Drink skim milk
Eat five to seven servings of fruit and vegetables each day
Eat lean meats
Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day
Choose foods made with little or no added fats or creams
Bake or broil foods instead of frying
Drink beverages and eat foods containing little or no sugar
Prepare foods with less salt (limit fast foods)
Limit fast foods
Drink in moderation if they drink alcohol
For more information about these and other dietary questions, the ADA encourages people to ask their physicians to refer them to a dietician who can assess their individual nutritional needs.
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What do you do in Basic Training for the National Guard?
The National Guard goes through the Army BCT.
BCT Training Phases explained
Week 0: Reception Soldiers complete administrative actions required to become part of the Army. Simple things such as medical examinations, setting up pay, and initial issue of equipment is completed. This process typically takes between two and three days but can take over a week in some cases.
Weeks 1-3: Red Phase Welcome to BCT! Soldiers meet their Drill Sergeants and begin training. While often considered a difficult week for Soldiers due to the adjustments, it is actually pretty easy compared to later weeks. Most classroom-type training occurs in this period where Soldiers learn about:
Ballistics and Rifle Marksmanship Fundamentals
Personal financial management
Law of Land Warfare
Uniform Code of Military Justice (Military Law)
Dismounted Land Navigation (using a map and compass)
Fundamentals of Physical Readiness
Rappelling and navigating rope bridges
Drill and Ceremonies (marching)
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Defense (often referred to as the Gas Chamber)
Weeks 4-5: White Phase This phase is sometimes referred to the rifleman phase, qualification phase, shoot phase, and some other names. Whatever the term, the training focus is the same...how to identify, track, target, and effectively engage targets with a rifle. In a word, Soldiers learn "Marksmanship". The training is progressive and becomes more difficult as the training progresses:
Fundamentals of Rifle Marksmanship are reinforced
Zero a rifle (align the rifle sites to hit targets at different distances)
Engage targets at various distances
Engage targets at various distances using three different positions
Prone supported (laying down with a brace to hold the weapon steady)
Prone unsupported (laying down using only your hands to hold the weapon steady)
Kneeling unsupported (one knee on the ground, resting the weapon on the other knee)
Engage targets at various distances with limited time
Prioritize and engage multiple simultaneous targets at various distances with limited time
Engage targets at various distances, with limited and variable amounts of time, with a changing number of simultaneous targets available at any particular time...passing this requirement is also known as Rifle Qualification.
Weeks 6-9: Blue Phase The culminating phase of BCT, Soldiers combine the skills they learned in earlier phases of training to complete advanced combat tasks.
Advanced Rifle Marksmanship (close combat and use of aiming tools such as lasers)
Patrol and attack as a squad
Maneuver and engage targets as part of a team
Employ "crew-served" and more powerful weapons
M240B Machine Gun
AT4 Anti-Tank Rocket Launcher
M203 40mm Grenade Launcher
Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT - Fighting in a city)
Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Defeat
Long-distance Road Marching with combat load
Foward Operating Base (FOB) operations
Control Point operations
Week 10: Graduation The final week of BCT is all about you and your Family. After completing the final training events to include a week of field training and a 15km march under load back into the main part of the post, Soldiers are given a day with their Families to catch up and share their experiences. On the following day, Soldiers graduate and are sent to the next phase of their training that in almost all cases is Advanced Individual Training (AIT).