Its going to last 29 days. I can only take what I can carry in a ruck sack (although I will not be carrying that ruck into the field, so think of it more as like a carry on bag). Paleo food provided will be some mixed salad maybe once a day, the occasional eggs for breakfast, and some fruit.
Definitely a very wise ass way to start a pretty complicated question. But, I'm going to try to eat as strictly as possible since I am training up for a selection in september.
my current thoughts are: -Lots of fish oil (maybe double the daily dosage to help off set inflammation from stress/lack of sleep/ inevitable poor eating) -Paleo kits and beef jerky a plenty -packaged tuna/canned sardines (both should survive that long with the fort bragg heat) -take a bottle of olive oil so i can do some olive oil shots with meals -tree nuts. I eat them rarely in an attempt to keep my omega 6's low, but they'll probably be a staple for this extended camping trip -hunting. not reliable, encouraged, or really allowed (but ill see what i can pull off with some snares) -bluebonnet makes a gluten and soy free whey protein. Its an easy way to get a lot of calories without taking up much space http://www.iherb.com/Bluebonnet-Nutrition-Whey-Protein-Isolate-Natural-Chocolate-Flavor-2-lb-924-g/15912?utm_source=shc&utm_medium=c&=ppnshpng&at=0
I lived on tuna packets, shitty salad bar, and lots of almonds for a year in a iraq. so im not worried about