Food & Water

Whenever disaster strikes, there is nothing more important to ensure the survival of you and your family than water and food. The human body will only last a maximum of 72 hours without water and this is why keeping emergency rations on hand is so available.

72 hours is also what many rescue services say their response time would be in a disaster, giving you and your family a very important decision to make. Do you plan ahead or take your chances? Ultimate Prepping Guide (UPG) have spent countless hours to research the most up-to-date information on the best methods to organise a sufficient supply of fresh water and food stocks.

There are in-depth articles describing the best ways to safely store those foods that have substantial shelf lives and those that can be extended by other measures. Let our knowledge help you decide which foods are worth preserving and those you should avoid. Learn about food dehydration methods and which work better.

When it comes to water, UPG have conducted thorough research on the best ways to store water, as well as where to find it if you have none. There are also important articles that show you how to make the water safe once you find it. Because finding it is only half the battle, the many water-borne diseases posing substantial risks if not neutralized.

Check out the Food and Water articles on UPG and see why prepping for disaster is more than just a simple plan. It’s a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. When a disaster strikes, you’ll want to be in the best position possible, to ensure the safety and survival of you and your family. Understanding the water and food needs you’ll require at UPG is a long way towards achieving this goal.