Passover is a significant milestone for anyone on a diet or even for those of us trying not to gain a few pounds, for unlike other Jewish holidays which also have many fattening foods; Passover is especially difficult as it lasts for 8 days. In addition we need to contend with Passover staples such as matzo, nuts and fried dishes which contain a lot of calories along with the beginning of spring when we shed our layers of winter clothes and begin to wear clothes where it is harder to hide any extra pounds.
Here are some tips on how to keep healthy and avoid extra pounds during this Passover holiday.
Have a happy and healthy Passover holiday, enjoy the holiday with friends and family, but remember not to neglect your health. Summer and bathing suit weather are right around the corner.
The American Friends of Rabin Medical Center hosted its Annual Real Estate and Finance Networking Event, sponsored by Jones Lang LaSalle on June 2, 2015 at the newly opened World Trade Center One.
Senior cardiologist from Rabin Medical Center, Dr. Alon Eisen, is the first doctor from Israel to participate in renowned TIMI (Thrombolysis in Myocardial Infarction) Study Group in the United States.