Customers are also happy that the tablets are inexpensive. Because tablets contain enough essential nutrients, they are much cheaper than freeze-dried foods. I recommend that you add them to your emergency supply pantry, as they are easy to carry if you are traveling. But I don't recommend that you just get them: diversifying your pantry is essential if you want to overcome a survival situation.
They contacted me on YouTube, they asked me if I would like to have some samples and do a review for him and I said, “Sure, send them” because I think they fit quite well on my channel, which is about survival and backpacking, and I think that for those two things they definitely have some promise and I think that as far as these are concerned food versus other emergency or survival foods, these are a little cheaper. I have been buying a new cube of The Survival Tabs and I will try them myself and I will test them and make a video blog if you want of those tests or that test and I will let you know step by step how they are affecting me, but right now I don't have time, so I'm not going to do it but I'll buy another cube of The Survival Tabs and I'll do a 15-day trial for you. Survival Tabs really do exactly what they advertise, and if you've ever been curious about survival food alternatives, now is the time to try a pack. We tested survival tabs on a weekend backpacking trip, which is a perfect setting to try a light survival food like this.
The advantages of using these tablets with other foods are clear, as you get all the vital vitamins and minerals you need in a survival tab, but you don't deplete your supply of the tablets quickly when you eat other foods. Let me go ahead and show you what The Survival Tabs looks like, this is what one of The Survival Tabs looks like and basically each tablet provides you with 20 calories and 8% of the following nutrients per tablet. In an emergency situation, a bottle of 180 tablets of chewable tablets provides a person with 15 days of survival food based on the recommended intake of 12 tablets per day. I questioned the 240 calories because, as I see it, 240 calories are not enough to survive at the absolute minimum that someone can survive with is 800, just as 600 is the basic minimum and that is if you don't really move much, you're just sitting in one place and you just need enough calories to keep your body alive are 600 so I don't know how they can say that 240 will keep you alive for six months.
In this post, I will review the survival tabs to determine how viable tablets are as a survival food option. vitamin deficiency is one of the main reasons people start consuming calories, but vitamins are just as important, so the fact that The Survival Tabs has the key vitamins means it can theoretically survive the long term. This comes from The Survival Tabs are these Survival Tabs, so I wanted to give you a good review and basically let's open this here. Instead of offering an energy source in the form of a bag that you need to mix with water, survival tablets are, as the name suggests, survival energy tablets.