Looking hot this summer doesn't have to cost a fortune. The Doctors brings top celebrity fitness and sex secrets you can afford with the help of some of your favorite stars.
Kris Jenner, executive producer and creator of her own hit E! reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, joins The Doctors to reveal her top tips for looking and feeling sexy. Plus, see The Doctors discuss their definition of sexy.
“I think sexy is about your attitude. I think it’s how you feel about yourself,” Kris says. “It starts from the inside.”
Studies show that four out of 10 women experience some sort of difficulty with sex and libido, and approximately 90 percent of women never address the issue with their doctors.
Kris explains how Zestra essential arousal oils helped enhance her sex life by stimulating erogenous zones of the body. “[Zestra] gives you an arousal that’s an amazing experience [and] makes you feel fantastic,” Kris explains.
In two clinical studies, 200 women tried Zestra and 70 percent reported an increase in desire, arousal and satisfaction. “These are important phases in the human sexual response cycle,” OB-GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson adds.
Sexy: Stripped Down
Actor Adam Rodriguez of CSI: Miami fame joins The Doctors to discuss his role in director Steven Soderbergh’s film Magic Mike, which focuses on the lives of male exotic dancers.
“I knew I was going to be working with guys like Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey, and these guys are always in tip-top shape. I didn’t want to be the weak link, so this was my motivation to get ready,” Adam says.
Beverly Johnson, supermodel, entrepreneur and co-star of OWN’s reality show, Beverly’s Full House, joins The Doctors to reveal some of her best-kept beauty secrets.
Beverly’s daughter, Anansa, and her 9-month-old granddaughter, Ava, join The Doctors. Watch as The Doctors address Anansa’s question on when the safest time is to plan another pregnancy after giving birth.
Post-Workout Fitness Secret
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork stresses the importance of replenishing your body with electrolytes, fluids, carbohydrates and protein after working out. “You’re giving your body the fuel that it needs so that it can fix and repair its muscles and restore energy levels,” he says. “Within 30 minutes [after] a strenuous workout is when you should make sure that you’re refueling your body.”