Shelf-Life of Vitamin Supplements in Survival Food Supply
A well designed long term survival food storage program will contain most of the vitamins and minerals you need to make it through a crisis, with the exception of Vitamin A and Vitamin C. It may be a good idea to store vitamin supplements to ensure you get the nutrients you need when food is limited. The challenge with storing vitamin supplements is that they will not last as long as beans and rice in storage.
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In this video, we will explore which supplements are best for long term storage, how to store them, and share the actual usable shelf life of vitamin and nutritional supplements. Reasonable shelf life expectation for vitamin tablets under ideal conditions may be 10-15 years.
The actual shelf life of vitamins is subject to too many variables to determine precise storage life. Vitamins gradually decrease in potency over time. Conditions that accelerate the deterioration of vitamins include; heat, light, and humidity.
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Shelf-Life of Vitamin Supplements in a Survival Food Supply
Links to purchase vitamin supplements:
L-Ascorbic Acid Powder (indefinite shelf life) 1 pound Mylar bag –
L-Ascorbic Acid Powder (indefinite shelf life) 5 pound Mylar bag –
Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement (10-15 year shelf life) –
Vitamin C Tablet (10-15 year shelf life) –
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