Emergency Survival Tabs are meant to keep you alive and going for months at a time. Research has shown that a person can survive 4-5 months exclusively by eating Emergency Survival Tabs.
The average person needs about 600-800 calories per day to survive. In a situation where sufficient food sources are not available, Emergency Survival Tabs provide you with the margin of survival needed. One daily serving of 12 tablets contains 240 calories, which gives the body the basic daily nourishment required when the recommended calorie intake cannot be met.
Emergency Survival Tabs are so completely and quickly digested that they have a 99% absorption rate. Within five minutes of consuming the tabs 97% of the protein is available to repair and replace essential body tissues and fluids.They are so effective because they are packed with concentrated nutrition. Using only high quality protein. With Emergency Survival Tabs, 99% of their calorie content can be utilized for energy. Compare that to 30%- 60% of most foods which leaves the body.
Emergency Survival Tabs eliminate the need to forage for food in situations where you are lost, stranded, or trapped. One 180-tablet bottle of chewable tabs supplies a person with 15 days worth of survival food based on the recommended consumption of 12 tablets per day. This can be stretched to a 30-day supply under extreme emergency conditions. Emergency Survival Tabs remain usable for 90 days once opened, before losing their efficacy. They have an unopened shelf life of 10 years. This makes them ideal to store them in preparation for natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, etc. Their compact and lightweight design makes them easy to carry.
Research has proven that a diet of Emergency Survival Tabs exclusively, will cause weight loss of 5-8 pounds in the first week. This is mainly due to the emptying of intestines of all food previously eaten. After the first week, there is a leveling off, and a minimum weight loss of 0-2 pounds per week can be expected. This is in consideration of a normal, active daily routine.