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There are so many different diets out there. However, they all fall short when taking the Jewish lifestyle into account. Shabbosim, Yomim Tovim, weddings, Siyumim, Brisim and the like, with more food than we ever had access to in generations past, makes most diets almost impossible  to follow for more than a short time.

We have developed a method of eating - or more accurately, a method of living, which incorporates the most up-to-date science behind healthy eating, while following the dictates of the Shulchan Aruch and Mishna Berura (See Siman 157)

Hundreds of people have already signed on to follow the plan, and have taken advantage of our hands-on guidance.  

Our 5-step lifestyle goal is to guard our health by:

  • Eating the right foods, and avoiding the wrong ones

  • Eating at the times Chazal dictated for us

  • Having food be a source of energy and invigoration

  • Not being enslaved to food

  • Reaching & maintaining a healthy weight


That's right, this isn't a diet or a weight-loss plan; this is a way of life, a system for a Torah Jew to live. It's a method to reclaim the precepts of the way we are meant to be eating. It's an easy thing to master, and most of all, it works!

Our monthly groups (we call them Kehilos) give chizuk and guidance to all members.

Are you ready to join the next Kehila?

A "Diet" Of Our Own

The Rabbi Behind The Philosophy

 Rabbi Reuven Kigel is  a Kiruv rabbi at EMET Outreach,  who spends most of his time on college campuses in Queens and Manhattan, helping  Jewish college students discover the beauty of Judaism.

He founded the  "Fit Jew" program to help  fellow Yidden discover the power of feeling great.


"Most illnesses in the USA nowadays are a result of poor lifestyle choices, so let's make the right choices, together, so we can all live healthier, happier and longer lives, with Hashem's help" - Rabbi Kigel


Rabbi Kigel has made it his mission to share this message with anyone who is interested in improving  and elevating their whole life.

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