False Prep Tips From Paul Sides

This website serves to expose Paul Sides as a false teacher.

Along with teaching false explanations about Messiah, false prophecy fulfillment explanations, and false Bible translations; Paul Sides is now dispensing false nutrition and prep information.

On 05/01/17, on Facebook Paul Sides, who writes on Sabbathcovenant.com as Rav Sha’ul, wrote about prep items in case of an EMP event: (My comments are in red)

Along with teaching false explanations about Messiah, false prophecy fulfillment explanations, and false Bible translations; Paul Sides is not dispensing false prep information.

Your body is literally and “engine” and it takes fuel, the RIGHT fuel to perform at an optimal level. A level where you do not take in too much, but enough so that you have enough energy to burn and none left over to store as fat.

Wait until you see what he thinks is the right fuel! 😛

The basics are:
#1 – Water – $50/year
#2 – Protein – $150/year
#3 – Carbs – $60/year
#4 – Greens (fruits and veggies) – $100/year for vitamins/immune system

LOL!  He seriously thinks that you can spend $360 per person per year, to survive? 

I’m not looking to just survive, but thrive!  We’ll have lots of work to do, as people will be seeking answers, and it will be a time of great harvest for the kingdom!

If you understand how the body works, you do NOT need to go out and blow thousands of dollars on pre-packaged meals from these prepper outfits that are capitalizing on a very real need and making HUGE profits at our expense.

Agreed about the pre-packaged meals.  Just stick with the basics.

Basically, each day drink a protein shake with greens in the morning, and eat a bowl of noodles in the evening… everything the body needs. You will not even feel hungry and you can maintain your muscle mass and have plenty of energy and nothing left over.

LOL! Everything the body needs?  Um, no!

His recommendation only adds up to 520 calories a day. You are not going to maintain muscle mass or have plenty of energy, in a normal situation; let alone when you are in a survival situation.

Eating that low amount of calories will cause your body to be in a starvation mode, where it will seek to reduce your metabolic rate.  It does that by reducing the amount of muscle you have, and by reducing the functionality of your thyroid, which results in lower energy levels.

You will need quality sources of calories in a survival situation, as you will have much more manual labor to do; such as washing dishes and clothes, gathering and cutting wood to stay warm, etc.

It lacks quality fats, such as coconut oil, which provide energy.  It lacks quality sources of carbohydrates, which are fuel for your muscles. 

You won’t feel hungry when you only drink one whey protein shake in the morning and Ramen noodles in the evening? Seriously?

I lift weights fives times a week and consume protein every 3 hours. But maybe when you have skinny legs, you don’t need as much food! 😛

His daily recommendation for food only provides 520 calories, which is not enough for a regular day, let alone when the power goes out, as you will be having to do more physical work.

  • 130 calories from whey protein
  • 380 calories from ramen noodles
  • 10 calories from greens blend

I also have a outdoor grill with a stove top burner to prepare the noodles or even boil water if it comes to that. I have stored 3 propane tanks per year to run the grill (and plenty of lighters).

You might want to consider getting large propane tanks with hundreds of gallons, to be able to heat your house, cook, heat water, etc.


He recommends one serving of MuscleTech 100% Whey Protein in the morning.

Muscletech 5 lbs bag has 65 servings, so you would need 6 jugs.  Online it sells for $55, but he claims that he can get it for $150 total for the year at SAM’s Club.

Though I agree that protein powder is a great prep item because it’s muscle-supporting protein that doesn’t go bad quickly; I believe that a meal replacement product like Muscle Milk is better, as it has protein, carbs and fat.

Water – $50/year: I purchase 10 cases of Aquafina bottled Spring Water 32 count. That is enough water to have 1 16 ounces bottle of water each and every day for 1 person for 1 year… cost: $50 at SAM’S Club.

He is proclaiming that you can spend $50 and have enough water to last 1 person for 1 year.  LOL!

You need at least a gallon of water per person, per day; as some is needed for cleaning clothes and dishes, bathing, brushing teeth, etc.

Aquafina is Pepsi-made tap water that has been filtered, and put in bottled that have BPA (poison)

He didn’t mention anything about having a water filter, so that if you have to leave where you are at, you can get clean water. 

Carbs – $60: You can either stock up on crackers, or do what I do… I buy 12 cases of Ramen Noodles enough for 1 package/day.

I eat like this every day. I eat Ramen Noodles with a chicken breast added, drink a protein/greens shake. And sometimes that is all I eat. I maintain my muscle mass, and enough energy to work out at 51 years old 😉 Body engine runs like a dream… NO fat stored, I am 7% body fat.

I love how he shamelessly compliments himself.  We’ve all seen his SabbathCovenant.com graphic, where he is wearing a tank top and flexing his arm.  So vain!

LOL!  Ramen noodles?  Seriously?  During a crisis situation you need to be feeding your body quality nutrients to have a strong immune system!

A better source of carbohydrates and fiber is organic quinoa, oats, brown rice, etc., which actually have nutrients in them.  His recommendation has no fiber for your digestive system.  Good luck with that! 😛

When someone pointed out that Ramen Noodles are bad for your health, Paul Sides replied with false information.

Use crackers then. No one ever died of Ramen Noodles, these studies are hypothetical based on amounts that are impossible to eat over long periods of time. If you eat too much of anything it begins to have a negative effect on your body. These studies are sponsored studies and have an alterior motive and these “scientist” have to publish or perish and rely on our ignorance. This is a cumulative effect and like I said, you would have to overdose on Ramen Noodles every day for life to “maybe” have an effect on your health.

What deception!  The food industry which specializes in providing poisonous, faux food!  Why would they fake a study about Ramen noodles? 

Instead they publish false studies to cause people to avoid healthy foods, such as coconut oil (which is a great prep item).

Your body is designed to die. that is the effect of SIN and your body clock is set by Yahuah at around 70 years. We keep trying to place the blame of our bodies breaking down on what we eat…

Seriously? Now we might as well not eat healthy foods, because we’re designed to die?!?  Oy!

Most diseases (cancer, heart disease, adult-onset diabetes, etc.) are caused by what people eat.  Your food is your medicine, and your medicine is your food!

For example, heart disease, the leading causes of death; is primarily caused by too many simple, highly processed carbohydrates, and omega-6 oils; which inflame your arteriesAnd what’s in Ramen noodles?  Highly processed carbohydrates and omega-6 oils.

What a terrible example for his followers!

This guide is for a catestrophic state and survival, it is not a hypothetical discusssion on long term health.

Obviously not, but he just said that he drinks a protein shake with greens for breakfast, and then Ramen Noodles for dinner, every day; so I guess we’ll see how that affects his long term health.

Paul Sides I don’t want to side track this very important discussion on “how to survive” with a bunch of hypothetical research studies probably financed by those who don’t like the fact Ramen Noodles are CHEAP and want you to spend more money on other sources.

The evil ones design faux foods to be cheap, so that people will eat them and get diseases; so that they can provide them lots of medical services and make them lifetime customers of expensive medications!  

These “studies” are probably financed by McDonalds who is losing money because college students have figured out they can eat for 50 cents instead of spending $5 on a happy mean.

McDonald’s, which sells faux food that is made out of who knows what, is funding studies to make Ramen noodles look unhealthy?!?  LOL! 

And I have eaten Ramen Noodles every day for about 10 years…

They contain saturated fat, monosodium glutamate, high sodium, and bisphenol A (BPA) in the container. And they are empty calories, as there are no nutrients.

Greens – $100: I have 1 large container of “Greens” from ItWorks. Enough for a scoop every other day for a year.

DETOXIFY: With the natural detoxifying properties of Matcha Green Tea and a complex blend of 34 different varieties of fruits and vegetables, Greens delivers the best nutrients to support your body’s natural detoxification and help your body to naturally cleanse and balance for a healthier you.†
• Acidity-fighting magnesium and potassium blend
• 52 herbs and nutrient rich superfoods
• 34 fruits and veggies
• Matcha Green Tea Added
• Soy-Free. Dairy-Free. Vegan. Non-GMO.
• No artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners
• Sweet berry flavor

To order this product, please contact my wife Stephanie … She is a distributor. I LOVE this stuff, it is a powder makes your water taste like blueberry lol! I take it every day.

And there’s the rub, he is marketing his wife’s network marketing business products.

A greens drink is a great way to add nutrition to your food plan every day, and it is a great prep idea, as it is in a powder that doesn’t spoil.

I use Enerhealth Organic Green Superfood every day, which has a much better profile than the product that he mentioned. And they can be purchased in vacuum-sealed packets, which extend the shelf life to 10 years. 

In commenting to someone who asked about protein to help build muscle, Paul Sides said,

Yes, very good. Your muscles are made of protein. But no pain no gain, you must combine protein input with weight lifting to build muscle. To grow muscle, you must “tear your muscles” through weight training, then the protein you eat fills in those tears and your muscles recover larger. So over time, as you tear them down, and fill in the gap with protein your muscles grow. But to really achieve that outcome, it has to be a lifestyle. I go to the gym 3 times/week for 30 minutes each time and work arms/chest/shoulders/back/legs.

30 minute, full body workouts, 3 times a week?  It’s better than nothing, but people should try to do some exercise every day for optimal health.

I do not even lift very heavy weights. It isn’t the “amount you lift” it is the consistency. Lift enough to get “sore”, that pain you feel is due to tearing your muscles which is what you must do to “fill them in” with protein so they get bigger. If you are not getting sore, then you are just burning fat and not building muscle.

Shame on you Paul Sides!  Your recommendations for nutrition and prep sucketh!

But what would we expect from him? It all fits his character and his many other deceptions.  How people follow and trust this man, I have no idea!

And he based his recommendations on a supposed 3 1/2 year time of tribulation, which is a false prophecy fulfillment explanation.

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