GMA3’S Dr. Jen Ashton has flaunted her stunning figure in a skintight ensemble during a live appearance on the show.
The physician wore the daring ensemble on Thursday while sharing her expertise on an important health topic.
ABCDr. Jen Ashton stunned in tight blue leather pants and a sleeveless top during an on air appearance[/caption]
ABCJen appeared on Thursday’s broadcast to discuss the importance of addressing sleep apnea[/caption]
During the segment, Jen discussed the value of addressing sleep apnea to prevent more serious health concerns down the road.
She donned tight blue leather pants, and a sleeveless top, showing off her fit physique.
She completed the look with high heels and her blonde locks in loose waves.
Hours earlier, Jen took to social media to share a throwback photo of herself and her vision for the month ahead.
The beach shot was likely taken during her getaway with her husband, Tom Werner, 72, late last year.
She used the cheerful pic to mark her “mood” for March.
In it, the TV star stood on the shore with her arms outstretched, clad in a white wrap dress, sunglasses, and a floppy hat.
She captioned the post: “March One Mood (even though I’m in NYC right now),” adding a sun emoji.
Jen was clearly excited to be seeing the beginning of the month, likely as warmer weather is still to come.
She noted that she had been in New York when she posted the photo.
It has been much colder in New York than when she went to bask in the sun at the beach.
Meanwhile, Jen motivated her co-workers to make a drastic lifestyle change with their phone usage as she considered doing away with all social media.
During the segment, Jen referred to a recent study published by the American Psychological Foundation and the Psychology of Popular Media journal.
The study found that people who reduce social media usage have a “significant improvement in how they regard both their overall appearance and body weight,” regardless of gender.
“They looked at people 17 to 25 years of age, about 200 of them. [They] gave one group unlimited social media access, the other one restricted to one hour a day,” Jen detailed, adding that some might even argue that one hour is “a lot.”
She added: “The group that was restricted to one hour a day after several weeks expressed a 50 percent improvement in their–in their subjective feelings of mental wellness, so less anxiety, you know, improved sense of body image. This is not the first study that’s shown this.”
Jen noted that as a mother of children in this age group, even her own kids have said they believe social media is “detrimental to their mental health.”
The 53-year-old is a mom to two children: Alex, 24, and Chloe, 22, from her marriage with the late Robert Ashton Jr.
The GMA host then indicated that she had started to remove herself from social media.
One of her colleagues, Rhiannon Ally, chimed in saying that she was unable to tag Jen in a Twitter post.
“I’ve deleted my Twitter account, deleted TikTok,” Jenn said.
“You and I talk about this all the time, you’re barely on Instagram,” Rhiannon added.
“Because of you, you actually motivated me. I’ve been down to 30 minutes a day,” she told Jen.
“Drop that time to five minutes and see how you feel,” the physician continued.
“But be curious with yourself and whether or not you see a connection in your mood. Because this is not just young adults. It’s adults of all ages. And as I said, you know, we’re not even fully aware of the changes in our psychological processes that can go on with social media.”
Jen then made a bold announcement, saying she was thinking about completely removing herself from social media.
“I may – may completely go off the grid.”
ABCJen recently shared her plans to make a drastic change to her lifestyle and remove herself completely from social media[/caption]
ABCShe explained how limiting your social media in take can improve your mental health[/caption]
ABCShe said she started her journey by removing her Twitter and TikTok account[/caption]