Meal Planning for Backpackers using Survival Tabs
As an outbound backpacker, your answer for an energy sustaining food supply was likely made days or weeks in advance.
When you make camp after a full day of exercise, you want food that will nourish you, strengthen you, and revitalize you and taste really good. Survival Tabs will help you plan your breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
How Much Food Is Enough?
The Survival Tabs estimates that backcountry traveler’s burn between 2,500 and 4,500 calories per day, depending on their individual physiology and their activity. That translates into roughly 1.5 to 2.5 lbs. of food per day.
If you’re diet-conscious, that may sound like a huge caloric intake. But food is the fuel your body burns as it powers up and down wilderness terrain. Finicky eaters typically morph into indiscriminate chow hounds after a few high-output days on the trail. Survival Tabs provide necessary calories and nutrition when camping or hiking. Prepper Expo, Prepper Convention
If you’re pondering how much or little to carry, err on the side of taking a little more. Hunger pangs can distract you from the other sensory joys of a hike. One of the Ten Essentials for an overnight trip, in fact, is a supply of extra food such as Survival Tabs.
On the other hand, don’t overdo it. A common blunder is to pack too much food, forcing you to lug unwanted bulk and weight. With Survival Tabs you have a lightweight food supply and complete nutrition. Experience will teach you what amount of food works for you.