Nutrition in SHTF Part 2
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Nutrition in SHTF part 1 I talked a bit about fat and cholesterol and the myths about it. This will be all about veggies and what a good diet can do for you during shtf. The need for veggies right now and during shtf is essential. Are you getting what you need now?, and what about then? My feeling on this is you have to prepare yourself now Continue reading Nutrition in SHTF Part 2→
Foraging and Planting Wild Food!
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
Would you like to learn some high-calorie and high-nutrition value plants you can plant in your own yard so that they can grow in a semi-wild environment?
Join Sam Coffman and Mark Vorderbruggen (Meriwether) in tonight’s podcast as they discuss wild foods that have enough nutritional value to sustain you during times when there may not be any other source of food, or at any time that you wish to eat a more nutritionally dense diet. Continue reading Foraging and Planting Wild Food!→
Four Seasons of Wild Edibles
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty”
Be sure to include a pen and pad for this episode of the I AM Liberty show. We are talking wild edibles with the man behind Earth Connection School (www.earth-connection.com) . Also a contributor in Outdoor Life and the author of Prepare for Anything Tim is going to bring us some great information to the show tonight on wild edibles in particular.
There are very few days left in spring and though you may have missed your chance to get out and forage for some of the best Spring has to offer there is plenty left to get out and see. I have been enamored with wild edibles at least for the last two years. It really has opened my eyes too how much of the world around us is edible. Continue reading Four Seasons of Wild Edibles→
Foraging Wild Food for the Prepper!
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
This Tuesday, Sam Coffman talks with Dr. Mark “Merriweather” Vorderbruggen, the creator and host of the highly informative website: Foraging Texas – http://www.foragingtexas.com/.
Mark shares his expertise in the world of foraging wild plants for food, and the two of them discuss some of the main points to be aware of relating to eating wild foods. First, they talk about the realities of nutrition with wild foods and the amazing nutrient density that wild foods give us. They also discuss the realities of getting enough calories from wild foods from day to day. There are a lot of misunderstandings about obtaining enough calories from wild foods without being able to store from season to season, and this is highly valuable information for the prepper. Continue reading Foraging Wild Food for the Prepper→
Wound Healing and Herbs, Part 2
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
In last week’s podcast, we focused on bone injuries and how to greatly increase their healing using nutrition and herbs. This week we will cover soft tissue injuries, from bruises, sprains and strains to lacerations, burns and abrasions. Much like bone injuries, there are a number of ways we can use herbal medicine to speed up the healing of soft tissue injuries. Continue reading Wound Healing and Herbs, Part 2→
Savage survival strength without a gym
Host: James “I Am Liberty”
There is something uniquely terrifying about crossing the threshold of a gym. The thought of bigger, stronger and more beautiful people than you questioning your presence at “their gym.” All of the new machines and technology you are clueless about. It’s enough to make you quit before you even start.
Though some of this is true the gym can be a wonderful experience but for those of you who don’t want that in your life there are options. I hope this article will help you get fit in 2014.
Fitness and Disaster Preparedness
Host: Sam Coffman Functional fitness is a concept that describes practical, common-sense methods of both getting into shape and staying in shape. Like most things in our current American culture, it is easy to compartmentalize exercise into something that is separate from everyday life.
Join Sam Coffman as he talks about the problems that this kind of compartmentalization of fitness presents, and how separating fitness from the rest of our life actually hurts rather than helps our true athletic ability. Sam discusses methods and concepts to help you use everyday tasks to keep your body fit enough to deal with the stresses of a post-disaster situation.The kind of fitness needed after a disaster includes several aspects in order to keep you healthy. Strength, cardio (stamina), nutrition, self-defense, mobility and flexibility are all key components of this kind of an approach to fitness.
Additionally, Sam talks about integrating situational awareness, breathing, focus and concentration and even weapons into a functional fitness routine. He answers common questions about high-intensity workouts, proprioception, plyometrics and “burst energy” as well as relaxation techniques and how these help a person cope with a high-adrenaline encounter.
In Sam Coffman’s survival school, the Combat Medic specialty is involved with the realm of the body. Sam talks about how a holistic approach to exercise and fitness creates a body and mind that are much more adaptable to unknown stresses, as well as an ability to recover more quickly from injury and exercise.
Sheri, “The Organic Pet Lady” hosts these very important shows solo, to discuss her experience with Coyotes and why you need to know what you are up against, not only in the country, but in the city! Another extremely important topic, “Hot Weather Tips”, addresses the importance of identifying heat related illness, severe weather and firework safety issues for pets and their people too—Share with your friends and family and learn how to “Keep it Cool!”
On Pet Prep Radio We discuss everyday living, frugal animal keeping, preparedness, nutrition, health, first aid, alternative ways, fitness, food, training, behavior, mindset and so much more! An eclectic mix of information for everyone that wants to learn about Horses, Dogs, Cats, Chickens and other livestock for frugal living and preparing for whatever may come–
“If you fail to prepare, you prepare to fail”… Sheri & Andrew from PET PREP RADIO Listen to this show in player below!
We buy staples like wheat and rice but how much thought goes into overall nutrition in your food storage. Tonight on I Am Liberty we are going to talk about one of my favorite subjects and that’s food. Food and nutrition and just how important these two things are to your life going forward. Cleaning up your diet and getting in tune with your body will not only help you through a disaster but also in everyday life.
Taking a look at what America thinks of nutrition currently and how far off the track some of us might be. Its important to understand that there are steps you can take today to get your body back to optimum levels. I mean we all prepare so we can thrive in a disaster. We put thousands of dollars towards this idea. What if you have everything you need buy your body is just not up to the task. Your will is broken because of poor nutrition.
There are a few things you should be eating often and storing as well that will make you feel like the man of steel. Not Stalin the other one. Some of which you might already be dealing with. Food and nutrition will power up your brain to be at its best when you need it to be. That is the key right. So many people talk about the basics. Well taking care of the body and mind is about as basic as it gets.
“Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food.” – Hippocrates
For much of the country, it’s the END of gardening and canning season. And many of us are ready for a break from the endless gardening, (watering!) harvesting, and preserving we’ve been doing these last few months. But it’s never too early to start thinking about, and planning next year’s harvest. I have a few ideas to share with you on how to better face the future challenges coming our way in regards to continuing to produce quality, healthy nutritionally sound food for our families. We are all going to have to become more efficient with, and better stewards of, our resources as the perfect storm of weather, rising food prices, and economic “stresses” loom ahead.
So join me, Renée (aka Michigansnowpony) and my co-host Katzkradul this Thursday night, October 25th on the “Homestead Honey Hour” as we talk about not only streamlining our gardens for optimal results and nutrition, but also introduce to you the idea of “rotational canning” (and dehydrating) to help fill your pantry without the stress of trying to get it ALL done every year.
Whether you garden in the ‘burbs, on a country homestead, or get your produce from the local farmers’ markets to can and preserve, tune in and together, we can help make next season even more “fruitful”!
Related video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ml9u4AgNVSA Have some fun and listen to this show in player below!