Dr. Oz: Celebrity Fridges
Dr. Oz went behind closed doors to find out what celebrities are really eating. He talked to Ebony magazine‘s Tia Brown about this, who said she loved knowing what celebrities eat because we get to see their tips and tricks.
Dr. Oz: Yolanda Foster’s Refrigerator
Yolanda Foster from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has a special Twitter account specifically for her refrigerator, called Yolanda’s Fridge.
One of the tweets goes like this: “Perhaps I can be in #zoolander2. I’ve been told I am really, really, ridiculously good looking. Not #ShelfCentered.”
Dr. Oz: What’s the Dirtiest Part of the Fridge?
Dr. Oz asked which part of the fridge is dirtiest and it turns out there are five times as many germs on a fridge handle than the toilet seat.
Dr. Oz recommended mixing equal parts of vinegar and water in a spray bottle and spraying the fridge handle. Then just wipe it down and call it good.
Dr. Oz: Fridge Coasters
Tia Brown showed off something called fridge coasters, which are sheets you put at the bottom of your refrigerator shelf so that any spills fall on it, rather than the shelf. It makes it much easier to clean.
These not only come in clear, they also come in prints.
Dr. Oz: Mariah Carey’s Fridge
Mariah Carey posted some pictures of herself with her daughter raiding the fridge. Dr. Oz noted that in the picture, there’s some popsicles and ice cream. Tia said she has a little bit of everything, from sweets to sorbet. One good thing is that she used a lot of small pint-sized containers, which is good for portion control.
She puts her ice cream in the back of the fridge so that you have to fight things to get back there. The first thing you see is usually what you eat.
Dr. Oz: Oprah’s Fridge
Dr. Oz showed Oprah’s fridge, which had neat little containers that had stuff like chopped up onions, red bell peppers, and celery, so her fridge is ready to go. I guarantee you she chopped none of those veggies herself.
But if you do this, store your pre-cut fruits and vegetables at eye level. Put the less healthy foods down in the crisper.