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October 5, 2011

Liquid Vitamins

Filed under: Uncategorized — urbandumpsterdiver @ 7:54 pm

I’ve spent the last 2 days doing some grocery shopping and updating my prepping supplies. Food prices continue to climb so it’s vital we buy food we can now. I’m seeing prices creep up and up every single time I go to the store.

Last night on our way home, we did our usual route. When we dive after food shopping we always bring coolers so that our meat doesn’t spoil on the way home. Murphy’s law if I don’t bring my cooler, I end up finding a huge score but can’t stay as I’m afraid my meat will spoil!

Found 2 bottles of Acai Berry liquid. Tastes terrible but it’s still within the expiration date. Looks like the 6-pack in the case had four broken that spilled over the remaining two that were left, so the two intact were thrown out. We took the 2 home. Acai is a good natural supplement. In liquid form even better. As I’m aging I need to take good healthy supplements to keep me physically fit and healthy. In addition to dumpster diving almost nightly, I do exercise and break a sweat 5 days a week. The only time I don’t do that is when I’m on the road for a road trip.

I’m going to try the Acai (the suggested amount) daily. I’ll let y’all know if it helps!

Acai Liquid Vitamin

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2 Comments »

  1. If you wanna save money, reduce your animal protein! I upped my veggies intake and eating a bit less meat and the savings are significant! But I’m not going all-veg, meat is too good!

    Acai = meh, personally.

    If you want good vitamins, may I suggest Life Force Multiple (tablets), on Amazon.

    Comment by René De Beaumarchais - step ladder — October 15, 2011 @ 4:33 pm

  2. Hey Rene – I love meat too. The liquid vitamins I have found can be used in a SHTF situation. If someone is seriously malnourished, I can give them some liquid supplements or protein and they can live. Scurvy is another thing that can happen without adequate vitamin C. That is why I keep juice and Tang on hand. I’m no nutritionist but since I’m a seasoned prepper I do know some things, but not all, but I’m willing to learn and listen to new ideas and perspectives.

    Comment by urbandumpsterdiver — October 15, 2011 @ 4:48 pm


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