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Welcome to Diet Starts Tomorrow, a podcast hosted by Betches co-founders Aleen Dreksler and Sami Sage, featuring all things wellness, weight loss, mental health and fitness from the no-bullsh*t perspective of real women who understand the struggle. In a world where “wellness” looks perfect on Instagram but feels anything but in real life, this podcast explores the psychological and emotional side of wellbeing as a whole. Listen as they take you on a wellness journey where they discuss their ...
 
Tired of starting your diet over every Monday and ending up at the drive-thru by Wednesday? Have you ever thought, "I know what to do I just don't know WHY I don't do it?" If that's you then you need Corinne who lost 100lbs. She gets what it is like to be overweight and feel defeated. She did a complete mental and physical transformation and teaches you how to do the EXACT same thing. This podcast includes fitness, nutrition, health, diet, wellness, workout, exercise, food prep, life coachin ...
 
Real World Health and Fitness is a podcast dedicated to sharing fitness and weight loss tips and tricks in a 'real world' way that you can easily implement today to start seeing results tomorrow! Brought to you with a fun and lighthearted approach by fitness and body transformation experts Julian Gaylor and Danielle Antonellos, you'll be hanging for each episode!
 
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On this week’s episode, Sami is joined by wellness expert, Chinae Alexander. They discuss the wellness industry, what it means to be part of it, and why being healthy doesn’t mean working off your brunch. Then they discuss how to channel your inner body confidence, why being at lowest weight doesn’t mean you’re happy, and why you should keep the pa…
 
Losing weight was one of the hardest things I've done in my life (and I've overcome depression, built my own business, and been heart-fucking-broken several times). I couldn't have done it without knowing how to keep my ass motivated. And to be motivated, I had to do things that made sense TO ME. When losing weight makes sense to you...guess what? …
 
On this week’s Dear DST, Sami is joined by content creator, Alexis Barber. They start off by reading a listener NSW about being in recovery from an eating disorder and eating a donut without guilt. Then they share their NSWs: Alexis has started being honest with her parter about when she feels full, and Sami had an extremely active weekend. Finally…
 
This week, Sami is joined by our fave comedian and co-host of the Betches’ podcast, U Up?, Jared Freid. They start off by talking about the difference between eating during quarantine vs. out of quarantine, eating in airport lounges, and what being satiated means to Jared. Then they give everyone an update on Jared’s life, his workout plan, and how…
 
I recently spent a week with 20,000 women teaching them how to take control of food. And I learned two things. One is that the diet industry has done a good job teaching us how to be terrified of food. We spend our days thinking...What if I get hungry? Thank you to all the bat shit crazy diets that convinced us eating 1200 calories a day "was good …
 
Aleen and Sami start things off by sharing some Non-Scale Wins of their own: Aleen is finally taking maternity leave, and Sami is excited Amanda Knox followed her on Twitter. Then they read a listener NSW about shopping for wedding dresses and not succumbing to the pressures to want to fit into a smaller dress. Finally, they read a Dear DST about h…
 
This week, Sami and Aleen are joined by a very special guest, the creator of the Apple TV+ series, Physical, Annie Weisman. They discuss how female bodies were portrayed in the 70’s and 80’s, wanting to show what it’s truly like inside the head of someone who’s struggling with an eating disorder, and the symptoms of eating disorders. They also disc…
 
Are you starting to lose weight and worried about getting your family's support? This podcast talks about what it really takes to get meaningful and truly helpful support that will help you lose weight and keep it off. (I've kept my weight off for over a decade - even though my husband and son eat completely different than I do. So believe me, I ge…
 
Aleen and Sami start things off with some Non-Scale Wins, including one from Sami about her truly enjoying her Peloton and not even paying attention to how many calories she’s burned, and another from Aleen about finally moving into her new home. Then they read a listener NSW about traveling to Europe for the first time and letting herself enjoy al…
 
Weigh-in: My last weigh-in was 235. My current weight is 235 Shocking Scientific News on Weight Loss According to this article, you should avoid sugar, get sleep, avoid alcohol, exercise more, and stop smoking. WHAT REVOLUTIONARY ADVICE This is what makes this show harder and harder to produce. I started this show in 2008 with the goal being that a…
 
On part 3 of the four-part series, Sami and Aleen discuss the ways in which modern day media has both improved and not improved in terms of becoming more inclusive and accurately representing different body types and beauty standards. They start off by talking about how shows like Girls, Shrill, and Never Have I Ever have led the way in terms of di…
 
We have a lot of stories about our weight. We forget the stories are debatable because they feel true to us. Day after day, we continue to think our bullshit and it just gets more and more believable. The problem isn't that our shitty ass stories are true. The problem is we aren't CHALLENGING those stories with something equally as true. I had the …
 
On this Thursday’s episode, Sami starts off by sharing a Non-Scale Win about moving to a new apartment, having more energy, and being more active. Then they read a Listener NSW about going to a deli and seeing a fit girl who she would usually be jealous of, but instead of beating herself up, she admired her. Finally, they read a Dear DST about deal…
 
On part two of the four-part series, Sami and Aleen share some DST listener submitted moments from TV and Movies that have messed with your body image. They start off by discussing how scenes from movies like Mean Girls, The Devil Wears Prada, and American Sweethearts have perpetuated diet culture. Then they discuss the iconic “Cool Giirl” speech f…
 
I worked in the restaurant industry for over 13 years and know all about the BS things they do to food that keeps us stuck overeating and not losing weight. Things like... Over serving you (which causes you to eat MORE so you don't feel like you wasted your money). Adding oils and crap to your food so it looks good after sitting in the window (mean…
 
On this Thursday’s episode, Aleen starts with a win about getting back to cooking as a couple. Then a listener writes in with a NSW about enjoying a plate of birthday pasta without letting it ruin the day. Finally, another emailer writes in with a question about dealing with wedding photo anxiety. How do we deal with pressure to lose weight before …
 
Sami and Aleen are kicking off a new four-part series all about how movies and TV shows have affected our body image. They start off by discussing how the Thanksgiving episode in Gossip Girl glamorized binge eating and how the movie Center Stage made a point of needing to be thin in order to be accepted in the dance community. Then Sami shares a Va…
 
It's Sunday. It's the 1st of the month. It's the day before you start a new diet ... it's NOT a reenactment of the Last Supper. Eating all your favorites and getting all the tempting foods out of the house the day before a "diet" starts is a red flag warning that you think losing weight must be restrictive, punishing, or means removing "everything …
 
Sami and Aleen start this Dear DST with some Non Scale Wins of their own, including one about being productive before vacation arrives, and another about the DST-Peloton Community Ride. They read a listener NSW about having to weigh herself for the first time in a while, and instead of getting upset that the number on the scale was higher than she …
 
Sami and Aleen are joined by triple-boarded dermatologist, internist, and dermatopathologist, Mamina Turegano a.k.a. Dr. Mamina on Insta and TikTok. They discuss how to deal with hair loss, acne, and what skincare products actually work. They also talk about why it’s so important to mange your stress levels, wellness techniques Dr. Mamina has learn…
 
I know. Me crying isn't exactly breaking news. But 46 was a special year. In today's podcast, Kathy does our annual interview of me. What did I learn and what do I want you to know about my life. As always, I was vulnerable and honest. 46 was a year that I grew emotionally and took time to love parts of me I've never explored. I share some powerful…
 
Sami and Aleen start off by sharing some exciting news: they’ve both officially moved into their new homes! Sami shares her Non-Scale Win about leaving her new apartment more than usual, and Aleen shares that she’s finally settled into her new home. Next, they read a Listener NSW about struggling for awhile with dieting and finally deciding to see …
 
Sami and Aleen are joined by their BFF, Alexa Lanzillotti, to discuss what it’s like being in your 30s and wanting to make some serious life changes. They start off with a conversation about re-evaluating your relationship with alcohol, starting to see a therapist, and confronting your anger. Then, they discuss getting into disagreements with your …
 
One of the most asked questions I get is, "How do I keep going when I want to quit my diet?" If you're like me then you are GREAT about getting started. I'm sure Weight Watchers had a picture of me at the head office in honor of all my Monday morning contributions I made throughout my life. Then I heard this quote on a Peleton ride the other that s…
 
Sami and Aleen start things off with a listener NSW all about recognizing something doesn’t make you happy anymore like reading a toxic magazine and, therefore, deciding not to engage with it. Next, Sami shares a NSW of her own about planning a trip for August and how she’s not engaging in pre-vacation toxic behaviors, such as wanting to excessivel…
 
Weigh in: In my last episode, I was up to 235. This episode as I end July, I'm at 232.96. Part of this success was based on a few simple practices. BECOME A LOGICAL LOSER If you need moral support, and bonus inspiration, become a logical loser at www.logicallosers.com Why Weight Loss is Hard In listening to Mel Robbins, Who is the author of the boo…
 
Sami and Aleen are joined this week by author, advocate, and yoga instructor, Jessamyn Stanley, who is back on DST to talk about how to consciously accept your body. They discuss what it was like growing up in the South as a black woman, developing her own own wellness company, and her new book Yoke. Next, they unpack what the title “Yoke” actually…
 
It's time for some straight talk. Losing weight is hard. There's a lot of behavioral changes to make. The internet is filled with endless diet plans and methods that hold the promise of a quick fix. Hell, your doctor is probably telling you to lose weight "but it'll be nearly impossible." Your whole life feels like an endless cycle of starting and …
 
Sami and Aleen start things off with some Non Scale Wins, including one from Sami about her trip to LA, and another from Aleen about taking a moment to appreciate her pregnant body. Next, they read a listener NSW all about seeing someone in a workout class wearing a restricting corset and recognizing just how toxic that really must be. Finally, the…
 
Sami and Aleen are joined this week by fitness influencer and Well+Good’s first ever disabled trainer of the month, Kelsey Lindell. They discuss being born with a disability, going from skipping gym class to becoming a fitness instructor, and being raised in a conservative environment. They talk about how ableism and capitalism are connected, prote…
 
Have you ever just wanted someone to tell you what to do to lose weight? Think about this. Do you really? How many times have you started a diet where they laid out the exact calories, macros or foods to eat and you didn't do it? We keep thinking all we want is to be told what to eat to lose weight and we're WRONG. What we really want is how to qui…
 
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