Pvt. Daniel Moon, a medic with the 3rd Engineer Battalion, eats a salad for lunch at one of the dining facilities on Fort Hood, June 12, 2014. "High protein food produces a lot of uric acid, and you need water to get rid of that," Capt. Kim Feeney, chief of clinical nutrition service. "Fruit and vegetables are good, because they have a lot of water and electrolytes." (U.S. Army photo released by Spc. Marcus Floyd, 7th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

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