The following foods, though generally fine and even healthy when eaten, can cause your harm under certain, surprising, circumstances.
Although wheat is a great choice for adding to your preparedness supply, there is a downside to this food source that could be dangerous to your health.
Incidences of scurvy could dramatically increase during a post-collapse situation. Should that crisis continue for a period of years however, and access to fresh fruit and vegetables has not been secured, then it is more likely than not that there will be a resurgence of cases of this debilitating, and if untreated, fatal condition.
This flu season is on target for being one of the worst seasons on record. Learn all about H3N2 here, plus learn about natural ways you can beat this nasty flu strain.
Powdered milk is a prepper must-have! It’s versatility and nutritional value alone are worth it’s weight in gold. Learn tips on preparation, storage and valuable recipes to add to your emergency binder!
Keeping your body in balance and following the five listed tips can assist you in keeping your immune system strong during the months it is under attack.
In an extended emergency, depression and anxiety disorders will be prevalent and preppers should prepare accordingly for them. Having a combined approach to your wellness through storing natural supplements, healthy habits, and being mentally and spiritually prepared will can keep you surviving and thriving.
Making your own emergency meals is a convenient way to store a balanced amount of shelf stable foods for a rainy day. Read more about the calorie and nutritional requirements as well as a list of some of my favorite homemade MRE foods.
Put simply, our body needs vitamins and nutrients from fruits and vegetables in order to thrive. This carries through to the foods we eat during disasters. By making healthier choices now about what we stockpile, we can ensure that the food we eat during a catastrophe truly nourishes our bodies.