Journey of unity with the survival tabs

In a time when resources were scarce and people had to make do with what little they had, a group of 20 strangers from diverse backgrounds found themselves thrust together by circumstance. They were a disparate bunch, bound by a single common goal: to reach a safe haven known as New Hope located a thousand miles away across the desolate wastelands. The journey was daunting, the road filled with unseen perils. To survive, they only had their wit, camaraderie, and a small stash of survival

tabs, or compact nutrient-dense food replacements, that were rationed for the journey. These tabs were a godsend, meant to provide all essential nutrients required by the body for survival. Among them were Lena, a brilliant scientist who had helped design the survival tabs, and Donovan, a former military strategist who had the skills to keep them safe. Together, they led the caravan, striving to maintain morale and keep everyone alive with the limited resources they had.

The survival tabs were rationed strictly. Every morning, each member of the caravan received their daily share, enough to keep them going through the grueling day. As per Lena’s calculations, they had just enough tabs to reach New Hope if everything went according to plan. Days turned into weeks, and the conditions began to take their toll. The barren landscapes, relentless heat during the day, and freezing temperatures at night tested their resolve. Some days were harder than others, and there were times when the members felt like giving

up. But they didn’t because they couldn’t. They were each other’s lifeline, and they had to press on. One day, a sandstorm hit. Donovan managed to lead the caravan to shelter, but when they took stock afterward, they realized with a sinking heart that a portion of their survival tabs was lost. The group fell into despair. The journey to New Hope suddenly seemed insurmountable.

Lena proposed a plan. She suggested they could reduce their daily rations to extend the remaining tabs’ usefulness. The proposal was met with trepidation, but Donovan backed her up. He trusted Lena’s calculations and urged the others to do the same. 

and dreams of their future in New Hope. They grew closer, their relationships deepening. When one faltered, the others picked them up, offering a comforting word or a shoulder to lean on. The adversity did not break them; it only made them stronger. 

of human resilience and the power of unity in the face of adversity. The survival tabs had sustained their bodies, but their collective spirit had truly kept them alive.

They agreed, although apprehensive, knowing this was their only chance. In the following days, they cut down their daily ration of survival tabs. The reduction made the journey tougher. The strain of walking under the scorching sun and decreased food took its toll.

But they pressed on. Their spirit remained unbroken. They cared for each other, sharing tales of their past

This unity and determination saw them through the final stretch of their journey. Weakened but triumphant, they reached New Hope just as they ran out of the last survival tabs. Their journey had been fraught with challenges, but they had made it, thanks to their shared resilience and belief in one another.

The story of their caravan’s survival spread throughout New Hope, reminding them

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The Survival Tabs were developed more than 30 years ago and were inspired by the early space program. Due to zero gravity in space, American scientists theorized that astronauts might experience difficulty digesting food properly, potentially causing malnourishment. Of great importance was maintaining the astronaut's physical functions such as dexterity, stamina, coordination, and mental alertness. Thus began the search for a food product that would provide the daily nutrition needed to carry out missions, while meeting the tight storage requirements of spacecraft. By combining high biological value proteins, carbohydrates, and fatty acids with 100% USRDA of 15 essential vitamins and minerals in a delicious chewable tablet, The Survival Tabs provide the best possible nutrition in the smallest possible volume. Just as the space program has evolved, so have the uses for The Survival Tabs. With a significant 25-year shelf life, The Survival Tabs are ideal for long-term food storage. Because they are packed with vitamins and minerals to help sustain energy and are also lightweight and easy to carry, The Survival Tabs are being used by outdoor enthusiasts, busy professionals, athletes, and rescue teams around the globe.

The Survival Tabs are meant to keep you alive and going for months at a time. A person can survive 4-5 months by eating The Survival Tabs exclusively. One daily serving of 12 tablets contains 240 calories, which gives the body the basic daily nourishment required when the recommended calorie intake cannot be met. The Survival Tabs eliminate the need to forage for food in situations where you are lost, stranded, or trapped.

In an emergency situation, one 180-tablet bottle of chewable tabs supplies a person with 15 days worth of survival food based on the recommended consumption of 12 tablets per day. This can be stretched to a 30-day supply under extreme conditions. The Survival Tabs remain usable for 90 days once opened, before losing their efficacy. They have an unopened shelf life of 25 years. This makes them ideal to store in preparation for natural disasters.

The quality of the food we eat is more important than the quantity. Of a foods’ theoretical calorie content, 30-60% is unused by the body and converts to unhealthy fat. The Survival Tabs are so completely and quickly digested they have a 99% absorption rate. Within five minutes of consuming the tabs, 97% of the protein is available to repair and replace essential body tissues and fluids. These tabs were created for the Early Space Program using high-quality protein, carbohydrates and fat to provide the body with 100% of the daily essential vitamins and minerals required to maintain physical functions such as dexterity, stamina and coordination.

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The Survival Tabs contain 100% of the U.S. RDA of 15 Essential Vitamins & Minerals. Made with the highest quality protein which is essential in survival situations where your body needs to assimilate as much as possible from what you eat. With most of the food, we eat 30%-60% of the calorie content leaves the body unused. The Survival Tabs have such a highly concentrated formula that 99% of their calorie content is absorbed by the body with 97% of the protein content being available to repair or replacement of muscles, nerves, etc.


We have samples of The Survival Tabs that were produced in 1974-75. They have been stored at room temperature. We test them periodically and have found little if any, deterioration or loss of vitamin or food value. Our results showed negligible loss in these areas. Freezing temperatures will have no effect at all on these tablets. We would estimate the shelf-life for The Survival Tabs to be 25 years, but suggest rotating them to ensure maximum food value every 2-3 years.


Twelve 3.9 grams of The Survival Tabs contains Fat 25%, Protein 9%, Carbohydrates 58%, Iron 18 mg. (as Ferrous Fumarate), other minerals, 2% (from milk solids), and the following vitamins in percentages shown of their USRDA adult allowance. There are approximately 20 calories in a 3.9 gram The Survival Tab.

Vitamin A........ ..... 5,000 I.U...... ...100%

Vitamin D........ ..... 400 I.U. ...........100%

Vitamin E.......... ... 30 E.I.U. ..........100%

Thiamine (B1). ..... 1.5 mg. .............100%

Riboflavin ... ..........1.7 mg. ............100%

Niacin ... ...............20.0 mg. ..........100%

Pyridoxine (B6)..... 2.0 mg. ............100%

Folic Acid ... .........0.4 mg. ............100%

Vitamin B12 ... ......3.0 mg. ............100%

Vitamin C ... ..........60.0 mg. .........100%