Green Beret Karl Erickson on Special Forces Brain Food
Karl's been through some stuff. He admits the flash bangs have taken a toll. His brain needs help. Even if you're not a Special Forces hero in need of brain repair, your brain could use some help too.
That's why BrainCare from Nutrient Survival designed its patent pending formulas to give you the brain nourishing nutrients you need to repair your brain and perform at your optimal level.
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Battling Food Insecurity in the Military This Thanksgiving
US-based food-tech company Nutrient Survival, which develops Special Ops Grade nutrition, is on a mission to shed light on the issue of food scarcity among military members, starting with a turkey drive this Thanksgiving, November 23, in support of US Army Pacific Chaplains’ Operation Helping Hand to show appreciation to active duty military personnel for their service.
“As a veteran-owned and operated company, we know what it means to serve. That’s why we love those who selflessly serve – military, law enforcement, and first responders and are committed to helping them as much as we can, however we can. This year’s donation for turkeys came at a time of need and we intend to be there again in the future,” Eric Christianson, former army ranger and CEO of Nutrient Survival, tells Nutrition Insight.Read More
Wolf Pack Trip Winners - The Time of Their Lives
Last year, Nutrient Survival embarked on an exciting adventure by giving away a trip to Reno, Nevada. After some careful scheduling, we were thrilled to finally spend a weekend with our winners, Marq and Katharine, a charming couple from Sarasota, Florida. Our journey took us to the captivating Lake Tahoe, where we enjoyed a tour around the lake, culminating in a delightful dinner overlooking its serene waters, then later a visit to Nutrient Survival headquarters for a behind the scenes look into the world's most nutrient dense emergency food.Read More
Eat to Think - NEW BOOK DOWNLOAD COMING SOON
If you’re over 50, you’re most likely a part of the growing number of people who fears a gradual loss of brain function, otherwise known as cognitive decline or dementia. It’s normal to worry. No one wants to slip into their later years with a failing memory or inability to think clearly and make decisions. And if they do, they’re at the mercy of a health care system ill-equipped to treat cognitive decline. But there is good news, and you’ll learn about it in this book.Read More
An Army Marches On Its Stomach
Napoleon Bonaparte is one of the most famed military commanders and strategists in history. He rose to power during the French Revolution, eventually toppling the government to gain complete control of France, ultimately declaring himself as Emperor in 1804. He waged a successful campaign to conquer most of Europe, which was achieved by 1812. Bonaparte defied the odds multiple times to defeat enemy forces through stratagem and sheer determination. He earned a fearsome reputation and seemed unstoppable.Read More
mRNA Vaccines in Livestock Are Here Now
We've been EATING livestock injected with mRNA vaccines for years now. That's right, instead of using traditional vaccines that use weakened or dead versions of a virus to stimulate an immune response, Big Pharma has turned to genetically manipulated mRNA vaccines instead. That's because mRNA vaccines are cheaper and faster to manufacture. And what's even better for these drug companies, no one is really watching what they're doing.Read More
Outdoor Allie Reveals the X Factor in Emergency Food
When it comes to freeze dried meals, there's a lot to love. They're lightweight, packable, have a long shelf life, and maintain more nutrients than other dehydration methods. But with so many options, it can be overwhelming to decide which meals are a good fit for your adventure. It's important to consider the taste of the food (obvi) as well as the price point. But there is one other MAJOR FACTOR that so many people overlook.Read More