Life-Threatening Preparedness Ripoffs

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Published on March 17, 2014

Author: SteveShenk

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The Polar Vortex Winter Freeze, the Western wildfires, the news media/government predictions of food shortage and extreme food cost increases have raised concerns for many folks over the adequacy of their food storage programs.
Is your food storage supply and program sufficient to sustain you and your family in the event of an emergency? Here are a few red flags to be aware of in your quest for emergency preparedness.

Life-Threatening Preparedness Ripoffs Presented by Steve Shenk’s myfarminabox.com

THOSE WHO HAVE NO FOOD STORED AT LEAST KNOW THEY HAVE NOTHING. But what about those who are misinformed about their food storage?

You see, what you don’t know CAN hurt you. Let’s look at some of the food storage areas in which you need to be careful.

Threat #1: “Calories” If your storage plan counts a meal by number of calories, you may have a problem. A chicken and rice casserole dinner might have the same amount of calories as a sugar-based breakfast drink, but should they really both be considered a “meal?” ≠

Threat #2: “Servings” The traditional food industry standard for a “serving” is one cup, but most food storage suppliers are using considerably less than that. Many call 1/2 cup of food a meal. Even more worrisome is that some of those 1/2 cups are sugar drinks. (Meals?) ≠

Threat #3: Number of People Fed Food packages are made based on the number of people they are intended to feed. However, 4 people (2 adults & 2 children) is different than 4 adults. So if you try to feed a 5 member family from a supplier that measures 3/4 of a cup for adults and 1/2 cup of food for children, you will be feeding 2 adults and 3 children a meal consisting of 3 cups of food! ≠

Threat #4: Days of Food With the calorie “flim” and the serving size “flam” mixed with the number and combination of “people” and how much they eat, we have a formula of uncertainty which spells potential disaster with the strong warning to be careful. How do you know how much food is enough?

A simple exercise and evaluation of your present supply which will solve your problem and give you some peace of mind can be found at: http://myfarminabox.com/life-threatening-preparedness-ripoffs/ Live free and fearless Steveshenk.com Myfarminabox.com

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