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Think Survival Preparation is Just for ‘Nuts’? Don’t Tell this Deputy Sheriff

With each passing day, it becomes clearer for people to see just how vulnerable they are to the problems that can quickly arise in troubled settings.

The coverage of the vicious wildfires that have done so much damage throughout east Tennessee in recent weeks has reminded many of the need to be able to persist without a variety of conveniences. On another front, the unfortunate deterioration in the tenor of communications between people of different political ideologies…a deterioration that has manifested itself, in some cases, in the form of full-blown riots on America’s streets…has prompted others to wake up to the very real possibility that social chaos may force them to fend for themselves for some period of time.



Given all of that, if you’re still not convinced as to the importance of having essential supplies set aside, consider taking a cue from Kansas City, Mo.-area sheriff’s deputy George Holt, who wisely and matter-of-factly says about simple prepping, “We live comfortable now. Why not live comfortable (through) the disaster?”

KMBC News recently caught up with Holt as he was out stocking up on supplies at an area store. While watching Holt in action, KMBC heard more pithy, but sage, wisdom from the deputy: “We pay car insurance in case something may happen. We get homeowners insurance in case something may happen. This is my own personal insurance.”

Particularly compelling to me is that these are the thoughts of a law enforcement officer who has, more than most of us, the privilege of government authority at his back, and yet, even with that, has decided that he is well-served by prepping.
At one point, Holt addressed the matter of food supplies, saying, “Everybody depends on a debit card and running to the grocery store, when you could actually have food at home longer than a week or two.”

In point of fact, is there really any other single type of survival supply more essential than food?

Unfortunately, one of the problems with stockpiling food is that the supplies can be heavy, take up a lot of room, be tough to transport if you need to bug out, and be a challenge to hide from prying eyes.

Add to that, in the case of a lot of survival-specific food, that it often tastes terrible, and is not terribly nutritious.

That’s what’s so great about a discovery we’ve made here, something called American Natural Superfood. In addition to being nutritious, delicious, and easy to tote around, it is:

  • GMO-Free.
  • Dairy-, Milk-, and Whey-Free.
  • Soy-Free.
  • Gluten-Free.
  • Peanut-Free.
  • Shellfish-Free.
  • Hormone-Free.
  • Vegan-Friendly.
  • And made with no added sugar!

Most importantly, however, when it comes to its contents, it DOES have:

  • Greens and vegetables to provide all the missing vitamins and minerals the body needs.
  • Turmeric and cinnamon for joint support.
  • Probiotics and enzymes to support the immune system and help digestion.
  • Sea vegetables to provide essential nutrients and minerals for heart health, blood sugar levels and all sorts of other illnesses.
  • Flax and chia seed for brain-supporting Omega-3’s.

And maybe most important of all:

PROTEIN to feed the body’s essential functions, and create a complete, healthy meal-in-one mix!

In truth, American Natural Superfood may be one of the greatest innovations in survival food in many, many years.

Look, survival is obviously important, and food is, just as obviously, a big part of staying alive and healthy in survival conditions. In a world facing more trouble than ever before - a world in which even members of law enforcement don’t feel secure unless they have some survival essentials set aside - you would be well-advised to pay close attention to your own preparedness, including the quality of your emergency food sources. If you would like to learn more about American Natural Superfood, including how you can grab a free sample for yourself, Click Here.

 By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large