Nowhere is it more critical for the body and mind to perform than in the life-or-death situations our Special Operations Forces face. That’s why the military has studied this for years and determined that nutrient dense foods can enhance performance and contribute to mission success. In fact, military scientists created strict nutritional requirements for the food used during warfighting missions “of intense or highly mobile training or conflict.”
Introducing Nutrient Survival. Top-shelf, delicious, Special Ops grade nutrition. Designed to the uncompromising nutritional standards of the US military, but intended for people like us.
In fact, every one of our meals meets or exceeds the nutritional requirements on 23 essential nutrients specified. What’s more, when it comes to nutrients per gram of food, Nutrient Survival is 2.5 times more nutrient dense than what the military requires in its meals!**
That makes Nutrient Survival the only emergency food that’s Special Ops grade nutrition. No other brand comes close.
*Nutrient Score makes a like for like comparison (e.g., 100g of measured foods) of the relative density of essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, fiber, and ratios) present in foods. For more information about Nutrient Density, reference below for a detailed explanation of the methodology used to measure the nutrient density of foods in the graph above.
** Meals designed using the nutritional standards specified in Department of Defense pubs AR
40-25/OPNAVINST 10110.1/MCO 10110.49/AFI 44–141 for Restricted Rations, those rations intended for
use on special operations missions. Meals meet or exceed standards for 23 nutrients on a per calorie basis.
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Other Survival Brands: The nutrition profiles of 75+ alternative survival foods were evaluated using USDA Standard Reference data (SR Legacy, May 2019). Military Special Ops Rations: The nutrition profile of Special Operations MREs were evaluated using a 100g equivalent serving size of an average MRE. Reference data source: Nutrient Survival: Nutrient Survival averaged the nutrient density of all of its products. Data provided to Nutrient Survival by WISEcode LLC