Mother Fitness Revolution

Rethink Fitness and Food

I spend plenty of time thinking about food. From creating my family’s menu to preparing nutrition plans for clients, my day is filled with facts that help me determine the right food choices for all the people in my life.

So, when I came across this kitchen cheat sheet I felt like I struck gold. It has everything from measurement conversion– which is very useful when working with clients overseas– to how to organize your fridge in the most efficient way. Who knew there was a method to the madness?

Anyone who spends time in the kitchen will appreciate this handy little guide. Read it, print it out, and smile when you have it at your fingertips in the kitchen.


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14 Responses so far.

  1. Alexandra - Mightyluna says:

    Wow, that is a great find! Everything in one place! Thank you!

  2. Naomi(onefitfoodie) says:

    <3 always such great info!!

  3. Rebecca says:

    Love this! As I read through this I felt like a child unearthing an amazing new toy :)

    Am moving soon & this will be the first thing I put on my new fridge. Thank you!

  4. Kellie Davis says:

    Hurray! I was excited to find it too. It will definitely be covered in sauce and olive oil in no time. :)

  5. Kellie Davis says:

    Thank you!

  6. Kellie Davis says:

    It is so useful!

  7. Danielle says:

    I wish this was more printer friendly. I cannot print it with out information being cut off and split between two pages. And Im sorry, but I do not want the comment at the top to show in my print out.

  8. Alicia says:

    I only have one thing to add (and I love this chart, by the way). Even though modern fridge’s have those wide door shelves designed to hold gallons of milk, resist the urge to store them there because it does not hold the same temperature at the door, it warms more quickly each time the door opens and dairy just doesn’t last as long. I do store lots of other drinks and I actually store my veggies in the door too. I wish manufacturers could get space-saving features AND temperature controls right! <–then again, perhaps my refrigerator isn't exactly 'top of the line'. :)

  9. Kari says:

    Danielle! I think a thank you would be sufficient. Besides, find someone who is a little more computer savvy than you, and you should be set. ;)

  10. Olivia says:

    Super useful, Thank you Kellie ;)

  11. Cass says:

    Love it! Hey, I’m no Martha Stewart in the kitchen but even I can find something useful on this thing…thanks, Kellie!

  12. Kellie Davis says:

    Hi Danielle! Sorry for the late response. I was out of town and away from my computer. I think if you click the chart and save it to your computer you can print a smaller version that way. Let me know if this works.

  13. Kellie Davis says:

    Good point! We don’t go through a lot of dairy, so this isn’t an issue. However, I can imagine having teen boys (or girls) in the house would change the story completely. Plus they open the fridge about 100 times a day hoping that food magically appears each time they do so. :)

    Thanks for this tip!

  14. Kellie Davis says:

    The only thing missing is a list of the best takeout places, right? ;)


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