Survival Medicine and Food

Senators push Vilsack for emergency food funding

Dr. Sircus is a most prolific and courageous writer and one can read through hundreds of pages on his various web sites. He has recently released a number of e-books including Winning the War Against Cancer, Survival Medicine for the 21st Century, Sodium Bicarbonate, Rich Mans Poor Mans Cancer Treatment, New Paradigms in Diabetic Care and Bringing Back the Universal Medicine: IODINE. Dr. Sircus is a pioneer in the area of natural detoxification and chelation of toxic chemicals and heavy metals. He is also a champion of the medicinal value of minerals and seawater.
See the full information on this site http://www.naturalnews.com/033288_survival_medicine_food.html

Do you put all your ice cream in plastic bags in the freezer? Do you buy something during every supermarket visit for your emergency food stash? We have learned a great deal from the readers over the years. Like, S.B. from Metairie’s recipe for Pork tenderloin hash cooked with an electric skillet which came in handy for her family’s hotel stay. If you’ve never been through a hurricane season, what are your concerns about food? Judy answers the ever-popular: “How long will food stay fresh after the electricity goes out?
This data is based around http://www.nola.com/food/index.ssf/2013/08/hurricane_preparedness_share_y.html

Hurricane preparedness: Share your food tips

This program provides supplies to the nation’s food banks . Over 50 million Americans suffer from hunger and turn to food banks and pantries for help. Bob Aiken, the president of Feeding America , said that the report “found in recent years that TEFAP contributions to the emergency food assistance system have become increasingly important as other supports, such as private food donations, have not kept pace with increased demand.” The USDA report states that “TEFAP foods account for approximately 20 percent of all foods distributed through Feeding Americas food banks and feeding agencies.” The nation’s system of foodbanks cannot get by without the support of TEFAP, whose funding is determined each year by Congress. Not only is the program providing food, but also the right food. Aiken adds, “This report shows what food banks and our clients have known all alongthe USDA has made great strides to ensure that TEFAP foods are highly nutritious, and that is apparent in how sought-after TEFAP foods are by our food banks and clients.” In 2012 TEFAP donated foods included “306 million pounds of fruits and vegetables, 180 million pounds of meat, 105 million pounds of milk and juice, 75 million pounds of grains, and 58 million pounds of other USDA Foods like soups, tomato-based sauces, eggs, and nut products.” Going forward, Congress will need to support TEFAP and other hunger fighting programs which are currently on the line in budget negotiations.
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Emergency food program crucial to America

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The food bank estimates it reaches about 40,000 people a week, including senior citizens and children. In northern New Mexico, The Food Depot has reported a 30 percent increase in demand for food assistance since the economic downturn. “The people we serve are the ones who had the smallest amount of savings and the smallest amount of resources to fall back on when the recession hit. They were just hit first and worst,” Wattenbarger said. “It was devastating for families all across New Mexico, and we really expect to see elevated need for years to come.” New Mexico leads the nation when it comes to the rate of child food insecurity, with almost one in three children going without consistent access to food.
Thanks to: http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Senators-push-Vilsack-for-emergency-food-funding-4723224.php

Survival guide: Places for food, shopping and fun while living downtown

England Building in Civic Space Park. Jobot Another coffee option a little further from the ASU campus is Jobot near Fifth and Roosevelt streets. This coffee shop has a wide selection of coffees, teas and food and is open until midnight during the week for late night drinks, snacks or hanging out. Phoenix Public Market Cafe This eatery opened at the beginning of the summer at Pierce Street between Central Avenue and First Street with a wide selection of meals. The Phoenix Public Market Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week. Melt Melt is the latest and sweetest addition to entrepreneur John Sagastas Fifth Street empire.
This info is reported by http://downtowndevil.com/2013/08/21/46366/survival-guide-places-for-food-shopping-and-fun-while-living-downtown/

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