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Do You Know What The First Item To Sell Out During Disasters Is? Besides the wrong items like milk and bread, shelf-stable foods are always the first crucial item to sell out at grocery stores when a disaster strikes.In fact, many people frantically scrounge for anything they can find at the last minute or, worse, are left with nothing to eat simply because others beat th Do You Know What The First Item To Sell Out During Disasters Is? Besides the wrong items like milk and bread, shelf-stable foods are always the first crucial item to sell out at grocery stores when a disaster strikes.In fact, many people frantically scrounge for anything they can find at the last minute or, worse, are left with nothing to eat simply because others beat them to it. You Can Choose A Different Future For Your Family By simply following the advice detailed within 57 Scientifically-Proven Survival Foods To Store, you’ll ensure your family will be healthy and ready for anything that comes your way, without having to rush to the store at the last minute and without worrying that you’ve missed something critical. Who I Am, Why Listen To Me My name is Damian Brindle. I'm a longtime survival blogger with many thousands of readers.I've spent the past decade studying and discovering nearly everything I can about survival, especially at home preparedness, to ensure my own family's survival. I know more than most folks about bugging in, bugging out, food storage, off-grid cooking, home safety and protection, and so much more. Over the last several years I've dedicated my life and my time to helping others just like you better survive disasters of all kinds. Like I said, it's my life.I'm also husband to a wonderful wife and father to two growing boys.I’ve spent years ensuring my family will be 100% safe, secure, and ready for disasters of all kinds and now I’m offering you the chance to take an important–even crucial–action for yourself by getting your pantry food storage correct right now. Here’s What’s Covered Inside What a healthy diet should include (miss any of these and you’re asking for trouble); The 27 best everyday grocery store foods to stockpile to maximize your intake of fiber, protein, fat, carbs, calories, vitamins and minerals; What 11 bulk foods you should focus on above all others, including where to get them for less and how to properly store your bulk foods for decades; Plus 19 additional “superfoods” to boost nutrition, aid with digestion, and support your immune system when you needed the most; How to make use of everything discussed within once you have it all purchased and properly stockpiled. Why You Must Prepare Yourself Now Disasters, including earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, blizzards, floods, and so many more won’t wait for you to be ready for them, and most strike without warning! You simply MUST prepare yourself now. Here’s how to get your survival pantry right and to stay safe.. How To Get The Kindle Version Free This book qualifies for the Kindle MatchBook program. As such, you can get the Kindle version free simply by purchasing the paperback version right now. To do so, select the "Paperback" format instead and choose "Buy Now" then visit your Kindle MatchBook page to complete the process. Scroll Up And Click The "Buy Now" Button There’s no reason to worry about feeding yourself or your family again, and there’s no need to worry that they’ll be healthy when grocery store shelves are empty.


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Do You Know What The First Item To Sell Out During Disasters Is? Besides the wrong items like milk and bread, shelf-stable foods are always the first crucial item to sell out at grocery stores when a disaster strikes.In fact, many people frantically scrounge for anything they can find at the last minute or, worse, are left with nothing to eat simply because others beat th Do You Know What The First Item To Sell Out During Disasters Is? Besides the wrong items like milk and bread, shelf-stable foods are always the first crucial item to sell out at grocery stores when a disaster strikes.In fact, many people frantically scrounge for anything they can find at the last minute or, worse, are left with nothing to eat simply because others beat them to it. You Can Choose A Different Future For Your Family By simply following the advice detailed within 57 Scientifically-Proven Survival Foods To Store, you’ll ensure your family will be healthy and ready for anything that comes your way, without having to rush to the store at the last minute and without worrying that you’ve missed something critical. Who I Am, Why Listen To Me My name is Damian Brindle. I'm a longtime survival blogger with many thousands of readers.I've spent the past decade studying and discovering nearly everything I can about survival, especially at home preparedness, to ensure my own family's survival. I know more than most folks about bugging in, bugging out, food storage, off-grid cooking, home safety and protection, and so much more. Over the last several years I've dedicated my life and my time to helping others just like you better survive disasters of all kinds. Like I said, it's my life.I'm also husband to a wonderful wife and father to two growing boys.I’ve spent years ensuring my family will be 100% safe, secure, and ready for disasters of all kinds and now I’m offering you the chance to take an important–even crucial–action for yourself by getting your pantry food storage correct right now. Here’s What’s Covered Inside What a healthy diet should include (miss any of these and you’re asking for trouble); The 27 best everyday grocery store foods to stockpile to maximize your intake of fiber, protein, fat, carbs, calories, vitamins and minerals; What 11 bulk foods you should focus on above all others, including where to get them for less and how to properly store your bulk foods for decades; Plus 19 additional “superfoods” to boost nutrition, aid with digestion, and support your immune system when you needed the most; How to make use of everything discussed within once you have it all purchased and properly stockpiled. Why You Must Prepare Yourself Now Disasters, including earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, blizzards, floods, and so many more won’t wait for you to be ready for them, and most strike without warning! You simply MUST prepare yourself now. Here’s how to get your survival pantry right and to stay safe.. How To Get The Kindle Version Free This book qualifies for the Kindle MatchBook program. As such, you can get the Kindle version free simply by purchasing the paperback version right now. To do so, select the "Paperback" format instead and choose "Buy Now" then visit your Kindle MatchBook page to complete the process. Scroll Up And Click The "Buy Now" Button There’s no reason to worry about feeding yourself or your family again, and there’s no need to worry that they’ll be healthy when grocery store shelves are empty.

30 review for 57 Scientifically-Proven Survival Foods to Stockpile: How to Maximize Your Health With Everyday Shelf-Stable Grocery Store Foods, Bulk Foods, And Superfoods

  1. 5 out of 5

    Megn

    Look elsewhere I know a lot about nutrition. Breakfast cereal wouldn't be anywhere on a list of what to stockpile. You can buy a good freezer and get meat from a local butcher. I buy dried beans along with canned goods that lasts me for winters at a time. Also, grow a garden. You can freeze/can what you grow. Look elsewhere I know a lot about nutrition. Breakfast cereal wouldn't be anywhere on a list of what to stockpile. You can buy a good freezer and get meat from a local butcher. I buy dried beans along with canned goods that lasts me for winters at a time. Also, grow a garden. You can freeze/can what you grow.

  2. 4 out of 5

    DesertReal

    3.5 interesting but somewhat obvious stars. I enjoyed this, and more or less put it on par with an interesting article one might come across online. I'm 35 and just learned a few years ago that LDS members emphasize storing extra rations and supplies for emergencies. So reading about storage centers LDS has that non members can buy bulk items from was something I didn't know (although I'm far more likely to visit allbulkfoods.com which the author mentioned). Nutrition interests me, so all the sup 3.5 interesting but somewhat obvious stars. I enjoyed this, and more or less put it on par with an interesting article one might come across online. I'm 35 and just learned a few years ago that LDS members emphasize storing extra rations and supplies for emergencies. So reading about storage centers LDS has that non members can buy bulk items from was something I didn't know (although I'm far more likely to visit allbulkfoods.com which the author mentioned). Nutrition interests me, so all the supplements mentioned are things I take daily anyway... So basically these are a lot of tips and outlines for people that haven't watched or read anything about it in the past. Other than some helpful long-term storing tips- I'd say a lot of this is common sense, but it was nice to come across the little nuggets I wasn't privy to before reading this.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Russ Perry

    Decent book for beginners If you're just starting out prepping, this is a good guide to begin building your food stores for an emergency. Decent book for beginners If you're just starting out prepping, this is a good guide to begin building your food stores for an emergency.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Rhodes

    This book is a good way to get started on your food storage. IT has easy to follow guidelines. If you follow the plan you will not be wasting your money on storing foods that will not get you through a lean time, whether you have lost a job or the world goes crazy. The strength of this book is the charts and information given to help you find the best foods and where to buy them. I love that everything has its own categories. The author even gives you a list of other books to explore.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jenne

    I wouldn’t want to eat that diet The recommendations were missing some obvious choices: split peas, lentils, wheat flour, spices, herbs, dried vegetables (besides potatoes). If you want to eat a sadder version of the SAD diet (Standard American Diet) follow these recommendations. Superfoods are included but they are not accompanied with uses. Taking superfoods as supplements defeats the purpose of them being food.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Keith

    Ok for a beginner Some good info for a total beginner, but aside from a few supply sources mentioned I didn’t find much of value. And don’t click on the link near the beginning to the list of the 57 items. It takes you to the authors website and requires you to enter your email to get the list. Rest assured a plethora of emails will follow! If keeping up with the items as you read is a challenge, don’t worry...the list is at the end of the book as well. 🙂

  7. 5 out of 5

    Eli

    There's little to none 'scientifically-proven' information regarding the food choices listed. Yeah, some snack foods have some essential nutrients in low or very low quantities, but to say that iced tea, hard candies, chocolates, and potato chips are essential to stock in a prepper pantry is complete and utter bologna. There's little to none 'scientifically-proven' information regarding the food choices listed. Yeah, some snack foods have some essential nutrients in low or very low quantities, but to say that iced tea, hard candies, chocolates, and potato chips are essential to stock in a prepper pantry is complete and utter bologna.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    Not worth reading Not very well written or compiled. It would be easier to have done the research yourself and make your own list. A lot of this book is “this is what applies to me, but probably is different for you” and a lot of other very vague information. I was expecting more helpful information than what was given, which was mostly just a lot of common sense

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lisa JBanet

    Very Informational! This book made me think of several things I had forgotten or just didn’t think about in my emergency food planning. Highly recommend that everyone read as many books like this as they can. People like Damian always have ideas that can add to what you have already learned.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Good informative read Was easy to read. Gave good information without getting bogged down in too many details. I liked all the information of where to buy in bulk and the other resources mentioned.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Michaun Fowler

    Easy to ready and useful information. I chose this rating because it was not new information but it was very easy to follow. I think someone that is curious to know what they can stockpile will enjoy this quick read. Plus the bonus material is great! This would be a great gift.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Excellent tips and advice. The book covers several topics in clear detail. Very informative and includes references. Great tips, interesting read. I especially like that it is a focus on shelf stable food.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Riley James Auld

    Consise All the information I wanted layed out efficiently and in a readable manner. Good for a quick guide for exact products to buy, or as a reference guide to help you build your own plan

  14. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    Good basic data and to help one get your mind thinking of what makes sense for you to stockpile. Interesting guidelines to consider but a useful reference book to start path of planning your stockpile.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Renea R.

    Omit gmo products Easy read with helpful information. I was upset to see the list to include name brand products containing gmos. These toxins that the body doesn’t recognize causes inflammation.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Carina Kagan

    Well worth the time and $$$ Very easy to read and follow. All the chapters are laid out in a logical manner and there’s just a little chit chat. I’m new to this prepping business but I’m glad I found it. Now reading the next one “53 Essentials to Bug Out.” A++

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jaime Meyers

    Cut and dry Cut and dry version of what you need in a survival situation. Sure there are tons of books on this but what are you gonna want, a novel or something that cuts to the chase ?

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shirley

    For preppers and debugging people. A few ideas for disasters like earthquake / floods and main thrust is for conspiracy theories and long term disasters.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    Great an informative!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    stephen bradshaw

    Good read I loved the book, and I found it very informative. I will defiantly read more of his books. Thanks Stephen

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Church

    Good book for reference Very informative book to use of you wish to pick the right foods for long term storage. I would recommend this book to anybody starting out

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Myers

    Very informative Gives a lot of knowledge and information to help better understand what supplies are needed and why. Very good read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sue Weinreis

    One star is too many. I would not eat 75% of the foods listed. I don't eat a lot of processed foods, and this list is full of junk food. One star is too many. I would not eat 75% of the foods listed. I don't eat a lot of processed foods, and this list is full of junk food.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Megan McCrystal

    Fantastic A great primer if you're looking to stock your pantry and increase your preparation for anything that may lie ahead. Fantastic A great primer if you're looking to stock your pantry and increase your preparation for anything that may lie ahead.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kia Winston

    2020 Rona Prepper This book was very informative. Loaded with lots of additional references to helpful resources. Would recommend this book to new preppers.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Kaniasty

    Did not understand a lot of it. Seems like a awful lot of work.

  27. 4 out of 5

    HOLLY

    Knew most of it. I picked up a few ideas.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    interesting book on the nutritional value of certain foods.

  29. 4 out of 5

    angus

    there is enough to worry about....be nice to your neighbors, help someone.....stop worrying about "survival" there is enough to worry about....be nice to your neighbors, help someone.....stop worrying about "survival"

  30. 5 out of 5

    rose bradley

    Informative, but not quite what I expected/ was looking for. But did learn from it. Do recommend it if your looking for a prepping book

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