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This Is What Being Healthy Will Look and Feel Like in 2020

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Denise Mann, MS of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 7: The majority of today's kitchens are odes to the 1940s and 50s with cavernous cabinets that are perfect for packaged and processed goods and refrigerators with only small dark drawers for fruits and vegetables—but kitchen design is (finally) about to catch up with wellness trends. Savvy designers are turning the table on old-school kitchen design with transparent refrigerators that display (and correctly store) fresh foods so they are more enticing, not to mention easier to grab than those less healthy default choices. Until then, use these 12 strategies to organizing your fridge for weight loss.

A healthier fridge

The majority of today's kitchens are odes to the 1940s and 50s with cavernous cabinets that are perfect for packaged and processed goods and refrigerators with only small dark drawers for fruits and vegetables—but kitchen design is (finally) about to catch up with wellness trends. Savvy designers are turning the table on old-school kitchen design with transparent refrigerators that display (and correctly store) fresh foods so they are more enticing, not to mention easier to grab than those less healthy default choices. Until then, use these 12 strategies to organizing your fridge for weight loss.
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