Dr. Axe shares five creative weight-loss tips for when nothing else is working.
The Jewish community is once again plagued by fad-diets — and that’s a terrible thing.
While following a healthy diet and exercising regularly is key, including certain foods in your diet can ramp up your fat-burning potential.
How are we to reconcile the fact that there are individuals who are scrupulous in observing Jewish law, yet seem not to care about their health?
So how do we end shame? How do we become role models of self-love (or at least self-respect) for our daughters?
“Everyone’s been asking like, ‘What have you been doing?’ And I’m like, ‘Try soul-crushing pain and devastation and hopelessness and you, too, will lose weight,’” she said.
From the lack of gyms to modesty patrols punishing women in workout gear, Frimet Goldberger explains why exercising can be a major hassle for Hasidic women.
This past summer was the first time I can remember — maybe since childhood — where I didn’t have to wear spandex, shorts, Spanx, tights or some other thigh-chaff-resistant garment. I’ve naturally lost weight since winter, about a pant size or two. Now, each time I wear a dress or skirt, I leave my apartment in shock that my inner thighs are actually touching, sliding against one another skin to skin, without pain.
Inside Edition’s Les Trent caught up with Joan and Melissa Rivers to get their response to the backlash over Joan’s joke about the holocaust and her crack about Adele’s weight.