Friday, April 10, 2009

Now This Is Real Survival Food...!

I have something to tell you about today that could be a really important addition to your preps!

Thanks go out to Angela at Adventures In Self Reliance for the information about this product. I've researched it a bit and it seems to be the real deal.

A product like this could quite possibly save your life, or the life of your family in an emergency situation. Watch this video and see if you don't agree...



The link for this product is http://lifecaps.net...and I am not associated with this site, but probably should be!

Now if you are on the road, caught in an emergency, or for any reason you can't get back to your supplies...then this might be the answer!

Anyway, it's something to consider. The price is right, and I know that these were given out at Galveston after Katrina. Many people said that they were the difference between doing good or going hungry.

I'm thinking that this would be a good investment, ya know?

I'm also thinking that now would be a good time for us to get a fresh cup of coffee, my friend!

12 comments:

Did it MY way said...

Morning Jim;
Might be something to consider.Just for the hell of it I just ordered two bottles.The code "good life" saves $10.00 per bottle.$19.95 each with discount.
Caught one thing during the video-drink lots of water.That would give the feeling of being full to.How long can one live without food? I can usually go a good 15 minutes.
Was there any follow up on it's use at Galveston?
Since coffee uses water I guess a cup and a pill?

JoJo said...

Goodmorning Jim, good idea for the camper. Since I am not the brightest star out there and like to stay longer than intended.
And thanks to DIMW for the code bonus. I did catch a few places where the guy didn't give a direct answer. Still sounds like a good thing.
Lets have a cup and a great day.
JoJo

js said...

Thanks Jim. Did I miss a link to a site where I can order it? Or a phone number?

js

js said...

Never mind. Found it. Thanks.

js

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

That looks like a hell of a deal, if it all works. I can't see why it should'nt. I don't know much about it, but it sounds kinda like your average everyday multi-vitamin pill but with some additions maybe. Multi-vitamins are meant to be taken with a meal or right after a meal I guess. Maybe thats the difference. I better get me some of those I guess. You should become a Life Caps salesman Jim.

HermitJim said...

Hey Tony...I watched the videos on youtube from folks down on Galveston Island that were given these after the hurricane. Very informative stuff!

I think it would be worth the investment, for sure! The name of the game here is survival!

Thanks for the visit, my friend!


Hey JoJo...you're right, it's a good thing to have just in csse. Just trying to cover all the bases!

Thanks for coming by, JoJo!


Hey John...I'm glad you could come by, and I'm glasd you found the link!


Hey FCH...I figure that it can't hurt.Staying healthy, feeling full, and having energy...that's what it's all about!

You're right! I do sound like a salesman...maybe I should get a commission.

js said...

Jim, I looked at the ingredients and you could probably find a similar product at GNC or some other Nutrition House, price would likely be the same (after shipping and discount of the LifeCaps version).

I did not see any ingredient in there that would make a person feel full (like Guar Gum), so likely the guy is quite hungry after 17 days. That's why he drinks a lot of water.

By the way, having previously been a Nutritionist for about 8 years I learned that vitamins should be taken in the morning and minerals at night, before you go to sleep. Usually this is to avoid feeding the parasites, which most of the population has. They are more active at night and hate minerals. But feeding them with vitamins is counterproductive. So if anyone were to take these during non-threatening times, one should first do a regimen of parasite cleansing for at least a month using natural herbs (Green black walnut hulls, pumpkin seeds, wormwood, cloves, sage, garlic, gentian root, tansy leaves, male fern root, hyssop (blood purification), fenugreek seeds) and so on.

PS: All meat eaters have parasites, as do fish eaters (usually liver flukes).
js

HermitJim said...

Hey John...thanks for the information. As always, we appreciate it.

Jeff said...

Thanks for the heads up Jim! I have a question for js; For parasite cleaning, how much of any one of those herbs should I take? This is the first time I read of this...but then again I don't get out much, except to buy coffee!:) Thanks

HermitJim said...

Hey Jeff...many thanks for coming by. I can suggest several sites to find out where to get this imformation, but I do not know from first hand experience which is best. I always go from hands on experience myself.

If yo click on JS's initials inthe comments, it will take you to his profile and links to his website. From there you can send him an email.

Also, check a site on the left of my post called "Handmaiden's Kitchen". She is a wealth of information about all things natural.

Hope that helps!

jeff said...

Thanks Jim!

hsjacobus said...

Intriguing!