Doctor Prepper™ CPR

Interview with Al DiLiberto, Health Care by AmeriPlan®

Getting to the heart of prepping––one preparedness moment at a time….building a Lifestyle of self-reliant living. It’s never too late to start preparing!

Today’s C.P.R. Talk Show revolves around a very successful friend from right here in San Antonio TX! This show will provide some useful and interesting information for preppers wanting to derive the most from their investment in dental/medical care.

Al DiLiberto, a long-term Lifestyle Prepper, gets to the heart of prepping––like your host, Doctor Prepper, Al is an older guy with lots of life experiences, sharing lessons learned through success and failure and sharing his thought-provoking perspectives. He’s a grandfatherly type, with a somewhat off-beat character, but always upbeat, insightful, motivational, and sometimes comical, humorous, educated but street-wise, principled, outgoing, and friendly. Al likes to get to the heart of issues and keep things simple. He knows everybody––the fellow to go to for a listening ear, advice, information and connections. Not a “doom-and-gloom type,” he’s positive, forward-looking, and a proponent of preparing for the future both outwardly and inwardly.

Al stresses the importance of being independent, but also establishing good, mutually-supportive relationships with others and selecting friends and associates wisely who can stay you in good stead through challenging times. He’s an old philosopher or old scamp, depending on the listener!

Al’s varied careers, skills, and talents include Spanish classroom teaching, business counselor, investment advisor, venture capitalist, real estate syndicator, oil & gas explorer, Italian restaurant founder and operator, radio commentator, health and nutrition aficionado, mentor, entrepreneur, author and public speaker—an all-round character!


Al’s worldview is uplifting, inspirational, and thought-provoking, sprinkled with a bit of satire and a few winks of humor. His future commentaries on Preparedness Radio could also be called “Preparedness Moments.”

In addition to years of commentary already recorded, Al shares additional experiences and anecdotes from his self-published restaurant book, “You Want to Open a Restaurant—Are You Nuts,” from his library, and his lifetime of experience. Al also shares the wisdom found in stories, fables, and anecdotal tales that delight as well as instruct.

Essentially, Al envisions a Lifestyle approach to preparing for the future so that people will have more tools and resources to face life’s challenges more lightheartedly and with confidence, rather than with apprehension.

Listeners can discover more about AmeriPlan Health® discount healthcare plans for preppers, survivalists, homesteaders, and all other American families at

If you need additional information, you can call him, preferably in the afternoon, at (210) 473-7939 CDT.

Email: for a free copy of his eBook, “You Want to Open a Restaurant––Are You Nuts?”, or his brochure on hospital over-billing and healthcare billing advocacy.

James Talmage Stevens Host ImageJames Talmage Stevens, Author

James Talmage Stevens (aka Doctor Prepper™) began his career in the preparedness industry from the days of his youth. His family lived with his Grandparents immediately following the end of WWII. He learned the basics on the Pace farm in rural Guilford County (NC). Farm chores and gardening were standard fare––plowing the back 40 behind a stubborn mule was substandard! In 1974, upon finishing graduate school with 4 young children and no prospects for a job due to economic conditions during a national economic slump, James reverted to his past experiences on the farm and chronicled in his notebook, along with some hand-me-down recipes from his mother and grandmother. Noting there were no viable books that dealt with all the basics, i.e.: a broad range of food products, he began to utilize his analytical skills, organizing handwritten notes, recipes, and food lore into one volume of information. He spent his spare time while job-hunting, and Making the Best of Basics was created. Before going to press, the subtitle Family Preparedness Handbook was added to distinguish Basics… from the emergency preparedness genre of the existing Civil Defense and governmental agency information.

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