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Best of 2013: Refrigerator Look Books


Sophie Jaffe
Sophie Jaffe

This week, we’re highlighting our favorite (and most popular) stories in categories like Good Sweat and Good Looks, plus the most controversial stories, most interesting fridges, and more. All of these “best-of” articles made our readers click, comment, think, and smile (or frown). Some probably led to diet or workout changes; some may inspire 2014 resolutions.

Here are our best Refrigerator Look Books from 2013, in no particular order:

1. Sophie Jaffe
The raw food chef and Philosophie founder keeps her fridge stocked for smoothies—with creative ingredients and superfoods you’ll totally want to copy.

2.Heather Bauer
The nutritionist, author, and founder of Bestowed aims to make healthy eating easier for busy people. Maybe like you? Here’s how she does it at home.

3. Holli Thompson
The former Chanel VP turned health coach is all about helping her clients find their personal nutritional style.
Frank Lipman Fridge
4. Dr. Frank Lipman
A roster of celebrity (and regular) clients follows Dr. Lipman’s prescription for a healthy diet. Here’s what’s in the good doctor’s own fridge.

5. David Kirsch
The trainer behind Heidi Klum’s hot bod gives us a peak at what he stocks in his fridge and shares his top nutrition tip.

6. Lauren Slayton
The New York nutritionist’s approach to healthy eating includes a slew of condiments and a “veggie garage.”