INFLATION FLIPPING: 7 strategies for acquiring items and services you need without breaking the bank

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Tune your internet survival frequency to Preparedness.news for updates on buying the right supplies for emergencies and being ready for more inflation and more supply chain issues. Now here’s a handy indoor gardening 101 instructional video that’s a must see. Check it out. Continue reading

Prepping skills: 15 Food storage and preservation methods to learn before SHTF

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When preparing for different long-term survival scenarios or economic collapse, your preps will usually include getting the right gear and stockpiling food supplies. Continue reading

Foraging 101: 10 Wild nuts to forage every Fall

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Nuts are delicious and nutritious. And when SHTF, wild nuts can be a great source of plant-based protein. Continue reading

Prepping with pets: 27 Plants that are poisonous to dogs

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Most commercial pet foods are not only junk, they are actually not made out of FOOD. The same principles that apply to human nutrition applies to pets. It should be nutrient-dense, non-toxic and made with wholesome, clean ingredients. There are no pet food safety laws in the US and pet food manufacturers are not required to reveal what is actually in their products. And when you hear the truth, it’s horrifying and repulsive. Join me for this very enlightening conversation with Susan Thixton, founder of the web site http://thetruthaboutpetfood.com and learn what you need to know to keep your pets safe and healthy.
Be sure to check out the website and order the list of current recommended foods on her Petsumer report here: https://www.petsumerreport.com/preview-reviews/
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Prepper recipes: How to make survival energy bars

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Before SHTF, preppers know that they need to stock up on survival rations so they can keep their energy up when disaster strikes. But not all energy bars are good for you, especially if they’re full of added sugar and harmful chemicals like high-fructose corn syrup. Continue reading

Breathe in: 7 Natural ways to address dyspnea (shortness of breath)

Few sensations are as frightening as not being able to breathe. Shortness of breath is an uncomfortable feeling that can either be mild and fleeting or serious and chronic. Continue reading

Learn how to make milk thistle extract-the all-purpose remedy for preppers

Milk thistle is an herb that offers some benefits, such as promoting liver and heart health. While others consider the plant an invasive weed, preppers know that milk thistle is useful when turned into a potent extract. (h/t to SurvivalSullivan.com) Continue reading

Survival medicine: How to make tinctures for your SHTF first aid kit

Survival medicine: How to make tinctures for your SHTF first aid kit

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Vanquish Sugar Addiction Naturally (and Painlessly) with these Tips

Sugar addiction is a subtle and insidious dependency that creeps up completely unnoticed. Unknowingly consumed in processed food or a seemingly harmless meal out, sugar is everywhere. In fact, the average American ingests 150 pounds of refined sugar a year — the equivalent of five tons throughout a lifetime. Don’t be fooled. Simply because sugar is a widespread, accepted substance, doesn’t mean it is anymore innocuous than morphine or heroin. It is just as addictive, if not more so. But there is hope. With a few dietary and lifestyle changes, sugar dependency can be tamed and healthy well-being restored. Continue reading

Rid the Body of Dangerous Bt-Toxin Found in Genetically Modified Food with these Tips

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are everywhere. Even when we make our best effort to eat organically, a GMO will slip through here and there — we eat out or cheat with a few conventional corn chips. Usually the body can handle a few mishaps every once in a while, but shocking information about the Bt-toxin found in genetically engineered crops has scientists (and consumers) worried. This toxin has the potential to turn our intestinal system into a literal ‘pesticide factory’ Continue reading

Tips for Creating a Successful Organic Vegetable Garden almost anywhere

There is nothing like enjoying the fruits of your labor, literally! The seeds you just planted turn out as little shoots and flowers until they grow into bulbs and finally young little things waiting for their weaning. Picking the tomatoes and leafy greens you’ve been waiting to grow for weeks, can give you a feeling of achievement and pride bordering Continue reading

Discharged ER Patients often Miss Instructions

People who are discharged from emergency departments are often unable to tell what symptoms should raise alarms and make them return to the hospital, a review suggests. Continue reading

Natural Pain Relief for Headaches

Headaches are a crippling problem. They cost millions of dollars in lost wages and medication costs. But medicating a headache should be done only in an emergency when head pain is debilitating. Otherwise, pain killers produce a cumulative damaging effect on the liver and kidneys. Natural solutions to headaches are your best bet for a long-term solution. Continue reading

Tips to Protect your Dog when Temperatures Soar

As many of us have been painfully aware, this summer has been abnormally hot in much of the country. There has been precious little rain or other relief and plenty of alerts advising us to stay indoors as much as possible. High heat can be dangerous and even deadly – and that goes for our pets too. As we head into August, often the hottest month of the summer, it is important to protect our beloved pets from these soaring temperatures.

Dogs should be kept indoors during times of excessive heat. When left outside, dogs should have proper protection from the heat and plenty of fresh, cool water. It is important to note that doghouses do not provide protection from heat, especially if they are exposed to the sun. Continue reading

Tips that Help You Finish your Workout

According to studies, more than 90 percent of people who start an exercise regimen—even those with the best intentions—bail early, before the habit has taken hold. And 61 percent abandon their workouts within the first week. The reasons are universal. At the top of the list: job pressures, family commitments, and painfully long workout sessions that are equal parts boring and complicated.

Sound familiar? Then here’s some advice: Quit trying so hard! You can get great results by exercising just an hour or so a week. Men’s Health Fitness Director Adam Campbell, C.S.C.S, suggests these 5 simple strategies to conquer your time constraints, speed your progress, and simplify your workouts. Continue reading