All posts tagged 'health'

The Shepherd School – Jul 23,2013

Survival Punk is a blog created by James Burnette. James takes a rational, creative approach to self-reliance, applying a punk DIY ethic to survivalism without any of the fear mongering or “tinfoil hattery” found in some other areas of the survivalist movement. The Survival Punk blog covers a huge range of his projects, both success and failures along with a healthy bit of myth busting. He also provides a ton of dirt cheap creative solutions to common prepping needs and does a great job of integrating the paleo lifestyle with the prepping lifestyle. David Nash DIY Disaster Resilience Advocate and Owner of the Shepherd School Visit the Kickstarter page for my current book project on Ferrocement Construction for Homesteaders

the shepherd school | David Nash | Survival Punk | James Burnette | Preparedness

21st Century Homekeeper – Jun 09,2013

Sylvia Britton and guest Dr. Cynthia Koelker discuss wound care where there is no doctor. Beginning with minor wounds, abrasions and lacerations they discuss cleaning, care and suturing. Dr. Koelker explains how to care for more serious wounds, abscesses, burns, tendon wounds, hematomas, crush injuries and a few injuries and infections that we dont see often today such as gangrene. The 21st Century Homekeeper – a free weekly podcast where you can learn old fashioned skills and get encouragement for keeping your home and homestead and learn about prepping.. Visit my blog for old fashioned skills and homekeeping encouragement

21st Century Homekeeper | sylvia britton | health | preparedness | prepper

21st Century Homekeeper – Jun 08,2013

Sylvia Britton and guest Dr. Cynthia Koelker discuss wound care where there is no doctor. Beginning with minor wounds, abrasions and lacerations they discuss cleaning, care and suturing. Dr. Koelker explains how to care for more serious wounds, abscesses, burns, tendon wounds, hematomas, crush injuries and a few injuries and infections that we dont see often today such as gangrene. The 21st Century Homekeeper – a free weekly podcast where you can learn old fashioned skills and get encouragement for keeping your home and homestead and learn about prepping.. Visit my blog for old fashioned skills and homekeeping encouragement

21st Century Homekeeper | dr cynthia koelker | wound care | preparedness | health

The Shepherd School – May 20,2013

Rabbits are a prepper meat source that should not be overlooked, they are simple to raise, have a high meat to feed ratio, and are a very healthy white meat. As an “urban homesteader”, David has kept rabbits in backyard hutches for several years, and is very thankful for the meat his rabbits provide. His rabbit videos on his YouTube channel www.youtube.com/tngun, are some of his most popular videos, with the video on how to bottle feed baby rabbits being extremely popular with animal activists, and his butchering and dispatching videos drawing their extreme ire. If you are looking for a cheap, sustainable, and possibly covert means of producing your own meat in small areas, then you should consider rabbit. Besides this podcast, here are links to a few of Davids rabbit videos on YouTube. Bottle Feeding Baby Rabbits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2uhtRhQ4mw Neck Wringer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2MwgnYIIn8 Butchering https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHTjr4syyXA Rabbit Manure Methane Experiment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ChSoXiKrbQ

The Shepherd School | rabbits | food | preparedness | prepper

The Shepherd School – May 14,2013

Rabbits are a prepper meat source that should not be overlooked, they are simple to raise, have a high meat to feed ratio, and are a very healthy white meat. As an “urban homesteader”, David has kept rabbits in backyard hutches for several years, and is very thankful for the meat his rabbits provide. His rabbit videos on his YouTube channel www.youtube.com/tngun, are some of his most popular videos, with the video on how to bottle feed baby rabbits being extremely popular with animal activists, and his butchering and dispatching videos drawing their extreme ire. If you are looking for a cheap, sustainable, and possibly covert means of producing your own meat in small areas, then you should consider rabbit. Besides this podcast, here are links to a few of Davids rabbit videos on YouTube. Bottle Feeding Baby Rabbits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2uhtRhQ4mw Neck Wringer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2MwgnYIIn8 Butchering https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHTjr4syyXA Rabbit Manure Methane Experiment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ChSoXiKrbQ

The Shepherd School | David Nash | rabbits | preparedness | prepper

21st Century Homekeeper – May 12,2013

Do you have a disability that changes the way you live from day to day? Are you concerned about the future an d what to do if you suddenly had no electricity or water? Vickilynn Haycraft joins host Sylvia Britton to discuss Prepping With Disabilities; how she preps with a disability, ideas for what to store, what to plan for, how to bug-in how to bug-out, lots of encouragement and resources. The Christian Homekeeper Network The 21st Century Homekeeper Radio Program

21st Century Homekeeper | Vickilynn Haycraft | sylvia britton | disabilities | health

Now Playing on Preparedness Radio Channel 2 – Dec 29,2010

Original Air Date: December 28, 2010

All You Need to Know on Preparedness Radio

Tuesday, December 28th, at 1:00PM CT.

All You Need to Know Show with author and family preparedness expert Joyce Moseley Pierce. Joyce interviews Shana Ross of Shana Ross Fitness, who shares 7 quick tips that every woman should be doing to improve her health.

Visit www.TheFrumpFixer.com to download a free report, “The Seven Habits of Highly Healthy Women.”

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Doctor Prepper’s Weekly Prepper-Upper #14

How important is health to a prepper? “In health there is freedom.
Health is the first of all liberties.” — Henri Frederic Amiel

This issue looks at prepping as it relates to your health–with a little fun mixed in of course!