Protein for Survival Situations–How Will You Get Yours?

Protein is absolutely one of the most important components of any diet. But when it comes to getting protein for survival situations, how will you get yours?

Are you able to hunt and fish? Do you raise livestock for meat? Do you have quantities of freeze dried meats on hand? Are you counting on getting protein from beans and grains?

We’ll face many major changes when disaster strikes or collapse takes place. Your diet will likely change, too. Is your body capable of handling that dietary change? And when it comes to protein, will you be able to take in the kind your system can properly digest?

On this week’s DestinySurvival Radio I reaired a program from the archives featuring a conversation with Jan Roos, cofounder of Vitality Sciences. The topic for the show is the importance of protein, especially in survival situations.

If you don’t get proper protein in your diet, over time you can develop deficiency diseases. The result is what Jan referred to as the four D’s.

  • depression
  • Dementia
  • Diarrhea
  • Death

That sounds drastic, doesn’t it? But you can see the problem, can’t you?

In a survival situation, protein sources like meat, eggs, fish and dairy will be hard to get. Not all of us will be able to successfully hunt and kill wild game. Not all of us have livestock and chickens on a homestead.

And, as wonderful as beans are, they won’t give you enough complete protein. Food bars won’t cut it either.

So, how do we get the right protein for survival?

A unique solution is a product called SurvivAMINO. It’s designed especially for preppers. It’s…

  • Small and portable
  • Easy to store
  • Light weight
  • Easy to use
  • Works efficiently in your body
  • Stable with a long shelf life

I believe you’ll want to put this in your bug out bag or family survival kit. If you’re planning to go camping or hiking this year, give SurvivAMINO a try.

I encourage you to hear my conversation with Jan Roos when you listen to DestinySurvival Radio for April 3, 2014. (Right click to download.) Take a look at what I wrote in a previous post about my visit with Jan Roos when you click here.

To order SurvivAMINO, click on its title wherever you see it in this post.

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.