72 Hour Emergency Kit For Natural Disaster Preparedness: Food & Water

72 Hour Emergency Kit for Natural Disasters. This is the 72 Hour Emergency Kit food and water edition in a series I am starting. Things in your 72 Hour Emergency Kit should be simple, and when making this kit I strived to do that. 72 hour emergency kits for natural disasters should contain at least 2 gallons of water for each person and food close to 2,000 calories a day. Remeber that your 72 hour emergency kit should contain a good amount of sodium along with that water to rehydrate as sodium is needed as a companion to water in rehydration. There are two kits here the simple and cheap on that is around that has pros of being cheap and giving more flavor options. Then their the the other option of having lunch and diner mountain house meals which have pros of being light weight and much easier for clean up and the con of being twice as much money. Here are the nutritional details of the cheap 72 hour emergency kit for natural disasters:

AM: Pop Tarts (2) 400c, 10g F, 8g PR, 74g CARB

Mid Day: 1. Ramen 380c, 16g F, 10g PR, 30g CARB, 1400mg S
2. Pineapple 80c, 0g F, 40g CARB

Snack: Snickers 270c, 14g F, 4.5g PR, 34g CARB, 140mg S

Dinner: Chef Boyardee 460c, 16g F, 16g PR, 60g CARB, 1500mg S

Snack: Peanut Butter (4 Tbsp) 376c, 32g F, 16g PR, 12g CARB

1,966 Calories, 87g Total Fat, 60g Protein, 250g Carbs, 3,000mg Sodium

50g Protein, 130g Carbs, 1,500mg Sodium

2,000 Calories, 65g Total Fat, 50g Protein, 300g Carbs, 2,400mg Sodium

Ready.gov 72 Hour Kit Recommendations:

One gallon of water per person per day, for drinking and sanitation.
Children, nursing mothers, and sick people may need more water.
If you live in a warm weather climate more water may be necessary.
Store water tightly in clean plastic containers such as soft drink bottles.
Keep at least a three-day supply of water per person.

Store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food.
Select foods that require no refrigeration, preparation or cooking and little or no water.
Pack a manual can opener and eating utensils.
Avoid salty foods, as they will make you thirsty.
Choose foods your family will eat.
Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits and vegetables
Protein or fruit bars
Dry cereal or granola
Peanut butter
Dried fruit
Canned juices
Non-perishable pasteurized milk
High energy foods
Food for infants
Comfort/stress foods

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