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Protein 101

By Michael B. / July 23, 2019

A lot of people hear the word protein and think of bodybuilders and athletes, but the human body needs protein, whether it’s physically active or not. Protein is particularly important for sick or injured people who need to rebuild damaged or weakened tissue and muscles. Proteins are made of amino acids that are folded together. […]

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Your Biological Cheat Sheet: Fueling Your Body The Right Way

By Emma C / October 16, 2018

In a state of perfect rest, the average person burns approximately 70 calories per hour maintaining their body’s basic metabolism (involuntary functions like blood circulation and breathing). Conducting minimal daily activities like sitting, standing, or getting a glass of water adds another 45 calories or so (per hour). Any kind of serious work or exertion […]

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10 Must-Have Items For Your Storage Pantry

By Emma C / September 25, 2018

There is often much confusion when it comes to storing food for an emergency. Many preppers are unaware of the difference between freeze dried foods and dehydrated foods. They are unsure if they should stock up on protein bars and meals ready-to-eat (MRE) or just get canned food from the supermarket. This article will give […]

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Prepping Your Pantry For An Evacuation

By Andrew J. / June 4, 2018

It can be heartbreaking when you’ve done your best as a prepper and stocked up on food supplies to last you for thirty days only to realize that you need to leave your home and evacuate because of an impending hurricane or your house is not safe to live in due to an earthquake. All […]