|The Effects of a Hurricane
The disastrous and ravaging effects of a hurricane can wash out roads, destroy bridges, cut power to hundreds of thousands, destroy all communications, and leave families existing on a virtual island surrounded by toxic conditions. The Red Cross and other disaster-relief agencies do their best to help everyone but days and possibly weeks can go by before they reach some of the most remote areas of a hurricane disaster. The aftermath of the storm is often just as dangerous as the storm itself – often times the aftermath is more dangerous than the storm itself.
After a storm, wildlife is displaced, snakes are writhing in places they normally would not be, electrical lines are down, bacteria and polluted, germ-laden waters with no outlets are scattered over the landscape. This is no situation and no time for members of any family to go scavenging for food. Having a supply of hurricane preparedness food and water is essential. Imagine a snake bite in the post-storm environment, in which help could be days or weeks away. Even a small scratch infected with bacteria could be trouble.Protect yourself and your family by making your hurricane preparedness checklist today and stocking up.
Be Prepared for a Disaster
Hurricane disaster preparedness should be a top priority for anyone living on or near coastal areas. Hurricane preparedness tips are available online, from government agencies or at local libraries. Given the frequent occurrence and long history of hurricanes and tropical storms in many states, assembling hurricane preparedness kits is a must. These kits should include emergency radios, batteries, flashlights, blankets, first aid kits, can openers and a generous supply of Freeze Dried foods, water filters and purified drinking water.
Planning for hurricane season preparedness should include knowing local evacuation routes, the locations of shelters, locations of nearby hospitals and clinics, and radio frequencies to listen to for information. Surviving both a hurricane and the accompanying aftermath are easier with good health. The stress and toxic environment of these storms deplete the body's nutrition and defenses. Quality Freeze Dried foods replenish depleted nutrition and help the body's immune system fight the effects of stress produced by hurricane's disastrous effects. Flavorful and nutritious hurricane foods are available from Freeze Dry Guy if you want pre-packaged meals. Good meals and good nutrition can be bright spots to carry people through the devastation of nature's fury and move them more easily onto the road to recovery.
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|How To Survive
The optimum way to survive such a disastrous situation would be to stay in a sheltered area with clean food and clean water until help arrives. Every hurricane food list and every hurricane preparedness list should have at least some Freeze Dried food on it. Freeze Dried foods are packaged to survive natural disasters. A good supply of clean drinking water and food can help to keep the family in a sheltered area. Most hurricane survival tips indicate that staying put offers the best chances for survival.
Most Freeze Dried foods require very little to prepare. By simply adding hot, warm, or even cold water, a good-tasting and nutritious meal can be prepared in a few minutes. One of the best aspects of having Freeze Dried food on hand is the nutritional value. Often, canned grocery store food has often been over cooked, either before, or after the canning process. This cooking process depletes valuable vitamins and nutrients. Freeze Dried foods retain much more of their nutritional value and flavor than do any other method of food preservation. Standard canned foods usually have only a one or two year shelf life. Quality Freeze Dried foods will be there waiting years from now.
A well-balanced variety of Freeze Dried foods is available: vegetables, meats, fruits and dairy products can all be Freeze Dried. These, along with clean drinking water should be priority one for any hurricane survival list. Having a good variety of foods helps not only the body's defenses, but sitting with the family and sharing an enjoyable meal at such a time can clear the mind and help maintain an emotional balance. Good food shared in such a chaotic atmosphere can bring a sense of balance and sanity when you are surrounded by destruction.