Military nutrition: maintaining health and rebuilding injured tissue.

  title={Military nutrition: maintaining health and rebuilding injured tissue.},
  author={Neil Hill and Joanne L. Fallowfield and Susan Price and Duncan Wilson},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  volume={366 1562},
Food and nutrition are fundamental to military capability. Historical examples demonstrate that a failure to supply adequate nutrition to armies inevitably leads to disaster; however, innovative measures to overcome difficulties in feeding reap benefits, and save lives. In barracks, UK Armed Forces are currently fed according to the relatively new Pay As You Dine policy, which has attracted criticism from some quarters. The recently introduced Multi-Climate Ration has been developed… CONTINUE READING
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