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SparkPeople Experts' Refrigerators Exposed!

Fridge Staples of Our Fitness and Nutrition Experts


5/10/2012 9:23:05 AM

CANDOK1260's SparkPage
ngood blog but more would have share pictures
5/10/2012 8:33:38 AM

It's good to see what the "experts" are doing/buying. I, too, am making some "expert" decisions and choices.
4/18/2011 8:50:57 PM

PUNZIE73's SparkPage
It's good to see nutritionist and food experts have a mix of "real people" food. Everything in moderation! I have recently been on a ground turkey kick! I get the Nature's promise brand (4 oz. 160 calories) and I will brown that with some seasonings and hot sauce and throw it in a whole wheat tortilla with a tablespoon of sour cream and chunky salsa! It's sooo yummy!
4/17/2011 8:01:32 AM

HEALTHYME47's SparkPage
I love that Becky has ice cream in her freezer. That makes her officially my favorite SP coach! :D

Just kidding I love you ALL!
4/5/2011 9:20:39 PM

I so want to go to Chef Meg's for dinner. I felt great and validated to see some of my fridge items (especially in Nicole's fridge) and I see there are some Trader Joe's fans too. Yeah TJ's!!
4/5/2011 5:47:28 PM

Absolutely agree with Roguechip about having some Champagne chilled at all times, just to be ready to celebrate when the time comes.

Wondering about the olive oil in Coach Nicole's refrigerator -- chilling generally makes the oil cloudy.

...and someone 'fessed up to the ice cream!
4/5/2011 1:18:54 PM

10LBJEN's SparkPage
That's what they "say" is in there. How about a surprise photo shoot? Totally agree with Elball.
4/5/2011 1:14:52 PM

Thank you for sharing and for walking the walk
4/5/2011 11:13:18 AM

My wife - a vegetarian - and I have some of the same refrigerator items as each of the Sparksters. But we also keep a bottle of Champagne chilled, because you never know when something might arise that calls for a bubbly celebration.
4/5/2011 10:57:57 AM

I think a peek into someone's pantry might be more revealing. For example, most people don't store cookies and chips in the fridge. Fridges mostly contain healthy foods because most healthy foods are perishable. Processed foods on the other hand are mostly shelf stable and get stored in a pantry or cupboards.
4/5/2011 8:58:27 AM

I am really glad to see there are some vegetarians in this group, as they influence a lot of people. That is excellent!

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