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Enhancing the U.S. Army Performance Through Key Nutrition Initiatives

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A fit and healthy force are the foundations of a strong national defense.  The United States Army is addressing threats of poor nutrition and obesity by engaging soldiers and their families with strategic initiatives at multiple levels of the social-ecological framework.  This includes the Performance Triad (Sleep, Activity and Nutrition educations for Soldiers and Family members), Healthy Army Communities, and the DoD Go for Green nutrition program in military dining facilities. Tune into this webinar to learn about these initiatives.  Many of these programs are utilized throughout all services.

1.0 CPEU for Registered Dietitians approved

Tamara E. Osgood MS, RD, LD
Public Health Dietitian, Performance Triad Nutrition Lead
Health Education and Application, U.S. Army Public Health Center

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