FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — Cheryl Laforet, a medical support assistant at the General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital Nutrition Care Clinic, guides Staff Sgt. Sylvanus Akpan through the use of a new body composition analysis machine Jan. 11.The new equipment, called the InBody770 Body Composition and Body Water Analyzer provides an in-depth analysis of body composition in about one minute.Body composition describes the amount of fat, muscle, bone and water in the body and provides a much more accurate depiction of health and description of weight, according to clinic officials.After the analysis, a registered dietician at the clinic can review the results and provide specific dietary guidance tailored to personal goals.The clinic's walk-in hours are from 8 to 10 a.m. on Fridays. Appointments can be made by calling 573.596.1762. Clinic services are available for all Tricare beneficiaries, to include active-duty service members, retirees and their families.