Emergency Food Storage for your Low Carb / Keto Lifestyle
We’re experiencing some scary things in the world that leave us with a lot of unknowns. Most recently, we have the COVID-19 outbreak (Coronavirus 2019) and we’re not sure what kind of disruptions it may cause to our everyday life.
Will we need to avoid going out in public for a few weeks? Should we work from home if we are able to? How long will the pandemic last?
We all have questions, and unfortunately, the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities don’t have all the answers (yet) because this is a new strain of the disease.
But there are things that we can do to give ourselves a little more peace of mine, and that is to be prepared for anything. So let’s talk about food storage.
Beyond just this recent string of events, it’s important to always have some kind of emergency food storage in place. You never know what could happen, whether a natural disaster could take place, a snowstorm takes the power out, you’re sick and can’t leave home for a week, your favorite grocery store goes out of business, or any other event that may render you without the ability to shop for groceries.
Whatever the case may be, food storage is always a good idea.
Emergency food storage for low carb & Keto diets
Managing your health in the state of an emergency is one of the last things on our mind and often becomes an excuse (with good reason) for us just to eat whatever is convenient.
But the emergency won’t last and we should feel good when we come out on the other side of it. So I want to help you out with some easy low carb and Keto food storage ideas.
I’ll sort these out into the following categories:
Click on any of the items above to jump right to the section you need, or scroll through this comprehensive list and start getting your low carb food storage in place.