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Diet Starts Tomorrow

Betches Media

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Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

Betches Media

121
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744
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Welcome to Diet Starts Tomorrow, a podcast hosted by Betches co-founders Aleen Kuperman and Samantha Fishbein, 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 own experiences with weight loss, which fitness routines are actually attainable for the working Betch, staying healthy while still having fun, and how to handle weekend socializing when your friends are forcing you to binge drink and throw caution to the wind.

Latest Episodes

A Therapist's Advice For Staying Calm In A Crisis

EAleen and Sami are joined this week by licensed marriage and family therapist Liz Earnshaw to talk about maintaining mental health and keeping your anxiety under control during this crisis. They start with a conversation about the valid reasons we’re all feeling anxious, and how to limit your information intake to avoid getting overwhelmed. Next, they discuss feelings of loneliness when stuck in isolation, how to reconcile your feelings if they aren’t shared by everyone around you, and whether or not keeping a routine is a catch-all solution. Then they talk about fighting with your significant other in this stressful time, and Liz offers tools for communicating with your partner in a way that limits conflict. Plus, they talk about how to bounce back if this crisis confirms your worst fears and you’re worried about a lasting impact on your mental health. A listener writes in to ask about working in a hospital during the pandemic and feeling resentment toward loved ones who complain about being stuck inside. Finally, they share a listener Non Scale Win and Liz tells us how she’s managing to care for a toddler while everyone is stuck at home.

53 MIN1 d ago
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A Therapist's Advice For Staying Calm In A Crisis

My Food Fears Are Flaring Up In Quarantine

ESami and Aleen are back to talk about all the complex emotions that have begun to flare up during quarantine, including food fears of the present and trauma from the past. They start with The Weirdest Thing I Do and a revelation about frosting. Next, they discuss the way this crisis will impact people now and in the future. Is this a turning point for the culture, or will we just go back to our old ways? Then they dive into a series of listener-submitted questions, including whether or not we should feel guilty about focusing on eating healthy and looking good when there are bigger problems in the world right now. Sami’s mom calls in with some words of encouragement, and we get an update on Sami’s derailed wedding plans. Finally, they tell us how they’re keeping busy during the lockdown (hint: it involves playing Mario Kart) and share some Non Scale Wins of the week.

66 MIN1 w ago
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My Food Fears Are Flaring Up In Quarantine

All The COVID Questions You're Too Afraid To Ask Ft. Dr. Mike

EAleen and Sami are joined by Dr. Mike to talk about how to stay safe during the coronavirus crisis and answer all your most pressing questions. They start with the basics, including whether or not the virus hangs in the air after you cough, and if it’s safe to go for a run. They talk about lack of tests in our country, just how long it will be before we get more, and whether or not people can get reinfected. Plus, Dr. Mike tells us just how hard it has been to get enough masks for his hospital and why you shouldn’t go buying masks if you’re not infected. Next, they dive into the questions some of us are too afraid to ask: Should I be cleaning my takeout bags with Lysol wipes? Is my face the only place where I can get infected? Will this go away in the Summer? Finally, Dr. Mike tells us the number thing you can do to help keep your immune system optimized, then they close things out with their Non Scale Wins of the week.

56 MIN2 w ago
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All The COVID Questions You're Too Afraid To Ask Ft. Dr. Mike

What It's Like To Be A Corona Bride

ESami and Aleen are back together to talk about coronavirus anxiety and how the pandemic is affecting our daily lives. They start with a conversation about the increased measures to stop the spread, working from home, and tools for dealing with the mental stress of the situation. Plus, Sami tells us about having to postpone her April wedding and how she's searching for a new venue closer to home. They answer some listener questions about coronavirus anxiety, including whether or not it’s safe to go to the gym, take public transportation, or even go outside. Next, a listener writes in to ask about the prospect of getting married in Italy and how to handle the disappointment and fallout if everything gets cancelled. Finally, they talk about the prospect of developing bad fitness habits during a self-quarantine and share the Non Scale Wins of the week.

72 MIN3 w ago
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What It's Like To Be A Corona Bride

Focus On Food Quality And You’ll Eat Less Ft. Max Lugavere

EAleen is joined once again by science journalist and author Max Lugavere, to talk about his new book The Genius Life. They begin with a conversation about moving to a new home, getting out of your comfort zone, and how it can help you find a healthier lifestyle. They share the “Weirdest Thing I Do” and talk about a new red-light therapy that Max tried. Next, they dive into Max’s new book and talk about the value of eating whole foods to help create a calorie deficit. Plus, they discuss how increasing your physical stress can lead to anxiety relief. Then they talk about detox culture, all the bullshit products people want to sell you, and how to detox naturally. Then Max shares one of the things he was most shocked by while researching the book, telling us why food addiction and porn addiction seem to have a lot in common. Finally, they finish things out with a listener Non Scale Win and some wins of their own. Thanks to our sponsors! Ritual: Visit ritual.com/DST to start your ritual today, and get 10% off your first 3 months Magic Spoon: Go to magicspoon.com/DST to grab a variety pack and try it today! Use our promo code DST at checkout to save five dollars off your order Ship: Download our dating app at betches.co/SHIP to start finding matches today

50 MINMAR 8
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Focus On Food Quality And You’ll Eat Less Ft. Max Lugavere

Wait, I Don’t Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

EAleen and Sami are back together this week and are joined by Anne Mahlum, founder and CEO of Solidcore. They start with a conversation about what makes for a good workout class, exercising in the dark, and Sami’s love for Solidcore. Then Anne shares her own story, including challenges from her childhood, turning to running as a coping mechanism, and struggling with disordered eating. Plus, she tells us how she expanded her business and overcame a difficult breakup in the process. Then they talk about Anne’s amazing marathon-running achievement, getting sidetracked by a devastating injury, and how she’s getting back to reaching her goals. Finally, they close out the show with a listener Non Scale Win and some wins of their own.

72 MINMAR 1
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Wait, I Don’t Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly

EThis week Sami is joined by Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Emmalee Bierly to talk about body image, relationships, and how your feelings toward your own body affect your sex life. They start with a conversation about the ideal body type throughout history, and why we are often taught to value thinness over all else. They talk about the value of learning when and why you might have been taught to hate your body, and how to begin down a path of self improvement. They dive into the challenge of living with a partner who reinforces diet culture or negative body image in your daily life, including a valuable exercise for refocusing on your own body. Plus, they tell us how often you should be having sex with your partner. Next, they share Emmalee’s own fertility journey and discuss the post-baby body. Then a listener writes in to ask about feelings of jealousy for a roommate with an eating disorder. Finally, they close out the show with their Non Scale Wins of the week. Thanks to...

55 MINFEB 23
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Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly

Taylor Swift Just Opened Up About Disordered Eating

ESami and Aleen are back and start the show with a review of Sami’s new skin routine following last week’s episode. Then they dive into Taylor Swift’s new Netflix documentary “Miss Americana” and discuss her struggles with disordered eating and body image. They give her credit for opening up about her experience and reflect on how it relates to their own challenges. They also talk about dealing with anxiety and how difficult it can be to express gratitude. Next, they talk about strategies for managing anxiety, how that relates to your belief system, and the allure of a spiritual approach to wellness. They each share “The Weirdest Thing I Do” which leads to a conversation about preparing for a wedding and the hesitation to get too excited. Finally, they close the show with their Non Scale Wins of the week involving food, workouts, and voting. Thanks to our sponsors! Brideside: Visit brideside.com where you can sign up for a free stylist, or book a showroom appointment if you're in NY, Chicago, Charlotte or Boston. And use promo code BETCHES BRIDES for $20 toward your dress! Ship: The hook your friends up app Download our dating app at betches.co/SHIP to start finding matches today Check out the DST newsletter featuring easy AF recipes, workouts to get you off the couch, wellness tips, podcast episodes, and more! Subscribe at: betches.co/dstnewsletter

64 MINFEB 16
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Taylor Swift Just Opened Up About Disordered Eating

Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Skincare Ft. Dr. Shari Marchbein

EAleen and Sami are joined by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Shari Marchbein to talk about adult female acne, proper skincare techniques, and choosing which treatments are right for you. They start with a conversation about just how common adult female acne really is. Then she goes step by step through what your skin care routine actually should be. They each share The Weirdest Thing I Do, then talk about the ideal skin cleansing practices, including some product suggestions. Next, they talk about the value of various anti-aging products like retinoids, vitamin C serums, and hyaluronic acid. Which ones are worth splurging on and which should you buy over-the-counter? They respond to a series of listener-submitted questions, starting with one about Botox and fillers. Another listener asks how to deal with acne scars and hyperpigmentation. They also offer some tips for dealing with pimples and what to avoid when it comes to makeup. Finally, they share their Non Scale Wins of the wee...

84 MINFEB 9
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Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Skincare Ft. Dr. Shari Marchbein

What They Don’t Tell You About IVF

EThis week Aleen and Sami are joined by yet another devoted DST listener, Darci Penney, to talk about her journey toward health and wellness. They start with The Weirdest Thing I Do and a conversation about searching for “the perfect bite.” Then they dive into Darci’s personal story, including multiple stints on Weight Watchers, her relationship with food at a young age, and where she’s at today. Next, they talk about the challenge of going through IVF treatments, and bouncing back after having kids. They discuss getting a Peloton bike and whether or not the experience is worth the hype. Can you stay motivated to work out if there isn’t someone in the room to keep you accountable? An emailer writes in to ask how she should talk to her friend about stopping her constant weight complaints. Is it okay to draw the line with your friends if they aren’t mindful enough of your own body struggles? Finally, they finish out the show with their Non Scale Wins of the week, a listener submi...

62 MINFEB 2
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What They Don’t Tell You About IVF

Latest Episodes

A Therapist's Advice For Staying Calm In A Crisis

EAleen and Sami are joined this week by licensed marriage and family therapist Liz Earnshaw to talk about maintaining mental health and keeping your anxiety under control during this crisis. They start with a conversation about the valid reasons we’re all feeling anxious, and how to limit your information intake to avoid getting overwhelmed. Next, they discuss feelings of loneliness when stuck in isolation, how to reconcile your feelings if they aren’t shared by everyone around you, and whether or not keeping a routine is a catch-all solution. Then they talk about fighting with your significant other in this stressful time, and Liz offers tools for communicating with your partner in a way that limits conflict. Plus, they talk about how to bounce back if this crisis confirms your worst fears and you’re worried about a lasting impact on your mental health. A listener writes in to ask about working in a hospital during the pandemic and feeling resentment toward loved ones who complain about being stuck inside. Finally, they share a listener Non Scale Win and Liz tells us how she’s managing to care for a toddler while everyone is stuck at home.

53 MIN1 d ago
Comments
A Therapist's Advice For Staying Calm In A Crisis

My Food Fears Are Flaring Up In Quarantine

ESami and Aleen are back to talk about all the complex emotions that have begun to flare up during quarantine, including food fears of the present and trauma from the past. They start with The Weirdest Thing I Do and a revelation about frosting. Next, they discuss the way this crisis will impact people now and in the future. Is this a turning point for the culture, or will we just go back to our old ways? Then they dive into a series of listener-submitted questions, including whether or not we should feel guilty about focusing on eating healthy and looking good when there are bigger problems in the world right now. Sami’s mom calls in with some words of encouragement, and we get an update on Sami’s derailed wedding plans. Finally, they tell us how they’re keeping busy during the lockdown (hint: it involves playing Mario Kart) and share some Non Scale Wins of the week.

66 MIN1 w ago
Comments
My Food Fears Are Flaring Up In Quarantine

All The COVID Questions You're Too Afraid To Ask Ft. Dr. Mike

EAleen and Sami are joined by Dr. Mike to talk about how to stay safe during the coronavirus crisis and answer all your most pressing questions. They start with the basics, including whether or not the virus hangs in the air after you cough, and if it’s safe to go for a run. They talk about lack of tests in our country, just how long it will be before we get more, and whether or not people can get reinfected. Plus, Dr. Mike tells us just how hard it has been to get enough masks for his hospital and why you shouldn’t go buying masks if you’re not infected. Next, they dive into the questions some of us are too afraid to ask: Should I be cleaning my takeout bags with Lysol wipes? Is my face the only place where I can get infected? Will this go away in the Summer? Finally, Dr. Mike tells us the number thing you can do to help keep your immune system optimized, then they close things out with their Non Scale Wins of the week.

56 MIN2 w ago
Comments
All The COVID Questions You're Too Afraid To Ask Ft. Dr. Mike

What It's Like To Be A Corona Bride

ESami and Aleen are back together to talk about coronavirus anxiety and how the pandemic is affecting our daily lives. They start with a conversation about the increased measures to stop the spread, working from home, and tools for dealing with the mental stress of the situation. Plus, Sami tells us about having to postpone her April wedding and how she's searching for a new venue closer to home. They answer some listener questions about coronavirus anxiety, including whether or not it’s safe to go to the gym, take public transportation, or even go outside. Next, a listener writes in to ask about the prospect of getting married in Italy and how to handle the disappointment and fallout if everything gets cancelled. Finally, they talk about the prospect of developing bad fitness habits during a self-quarantine and share the Non Scale Wins of the week.

72 MIN3 w ago
Comments
What It's Like To Be A Corona Bride

Focus On Food Quality And You’ll Eat Less Ft. Max Lugavere

EAleen is joined once again by science journalist and author Max Lugavere, to talk about his new book The Genius Life. They begin with a conversation about moving to a new home, getting out of your comfort zone, and how it can help you find a healthier lifestyle. They share the “Weirdest Thing I Do” and talk about a new red-light therapy that Max tried. Next, they dive into Max’s new book and talk about the value of eating whole foods to help create a calorie deficit. Plus, they discuss how increasing your physical stress can lead to anxiety relief. Then they talk about detox culture, all the bullshit products people want to sell you, and how to detox naturally. Then Max shares one of the things he was most shocked by while researching the book, telling us why food addiction and porn addiction seem to have a lot in common. Finally, they finish things out with a listener Non Scale Win and some wins of their own. Thanks to our sponsors! Ritual: Visit ritual.com/DST to start your ritual today, and get 10% off your first 3 months Magic Spoon: Go to magicspoon.com/DST to grab a variety pack and try it today! Use our promo code DST at checkout to save five dollars off your order Ship: Download our dating app at betches.co/SHIP to start finding matches today

50 MINMAR 8
Comments
Focus On Food Quality And You’ll Eat Less Ft. Max Lugavere

Wait, I Don’t Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

EAleen and Sami are back together this week and are joined by Anne Mahlum, founder and CEO of Solidcore. They start with a conversation about what makes for a good workout class, exercising in the dark, and Sami’s love for Solidcore. Then Anne shares her own story, including challenges from her childhood, turning to running as a coping mechanism, and struggling with disordered eating. Plus, she tells us how she expanded her business and overcame a difficult breakup in the process. Then they talk about Anne’s amazing marathon-running achievement, getting sidetracked by a devastating injury, and how she’s getting back to reaching her goals. Finally, they close out the show with a listener Non Scale Win and some wins of their own.

72 MINMAR 1
Comments
Wait, I Don’t Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly

EThis week Sami is joined by Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Emmalee Bierly to talk about body image, relationships, and how your feelings toward your own body affect your sex life. They start with a conversation about the ideal body type throughout history, and why we are often taught to value thinness over all else. They talk about the value of learning when and why you might have been taught to hate your body, and how to begin down a path of self improvement. They dive into the challenge of living with a partner who reinforces diet culture or negative body image in your daily life, including a valuable exercise for refocusing on your own body. Plus, they tell us how often you should be having sex with your partner. Next, they share Emmalee’s own fertility journey and discuss the post-baby body. Then a listener writes in to ask about feelings of jealousy for a roommate with an eating disorder. Finally, they close out the show with their Non Scale Wins of the week. Thanks to...

55 MINFEB 23
Comments
Learning Not To Hate Your Body Is The Key To Great Sex Ft. Emmalee Bierly

Taylor Swift Just Opened Up About Disordered Eating

ESami and Aleen are back and start the show with a review of Sami’s new skin routine following last week’s episode. Then they dive into Taylor Swift’s new Netflix documentary “Miss Americana” and discuss her struggles with disordered eating and body image. They give her credit for opening up about her experience and reflect on how it relates to their own challenges. They also talk about dealing with anxiety and how difficult it can be to express gratitude. Next, they talk about strategies for managing anxiety, how that relates to your belief system, and the allure of a spiritual approach to wellness. They each share “The Weirdest Thing I Do” which leads to a conversation about preparing for a wedding and the hesitation to get too excited. Finally, they close the show with their Non Scale Wins of the week involving food, workouts, and voting. Thanks to our sponsors! Brideside: Visit brideside.com where you can sign up for a free stylist, or book a showroom appointment if you're in NY, Chicago, Charlotte or Boston. And use promo code BETCHES BRIDES for $20 toward your dress! Ship: The hook your friends up app Download our dating app at betches.co/SHIP to start finding matches today Check out the DST newsletter featuring easy AF recipes, workouts to get you off the couch, wellness tips, podcast episodes, and more! Subscribe at: betches.co/dstnewsletter

64 MINFEB 16
Comments
Taylor Swift Just Opened Up About Disordered Eating

Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Skincare Ft. Dr. Shari Marchbein

EAleen and Sami are joined by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Shari Marchbein to talk about adult female acne, proper skincare techniques, and choosing which treatments are right for you. They start with a conversation about just how common adult female acne really is. Then she goes step by step through what your skin care routine actually should be. They each share The Weirdest Thing I Do, then talk about the ideal skin cleansing practices, including some product suggestions. Next, they talk about the value of various anti-aging products like retinoids, vitamin C serums, and hyaluronic acid. Which ones are worth splurging on and which should you buy over-the-counter? They respond to a series of listener-submitted questions, starting with one about Botox and fillers. Another listener asks how to deal with acne scars and hyperpigmentation. They also offer some tips for dealing with pimples and what to avoid when it comes to makeup. Finally, they share their Non Scale Wins of the wee...

84 MINFEB 9
Comments
Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Skincare Ft. Dr. Shari Marchbein

What They Don’t Tell You About IVF

EThis week Aleen and Sami are joined by yet another devoted DST listener, Darci Penney, to talk about her journey toward health and wellness. They start with The Weirdest Thing I Do and a conversation about searching for “the perfect bite.” Then they dive into Darci’s personal story, including multiple stints on Weight Watchers, her relationship with food at a young age, and where she’s at today. Next, they talk about the challenge of going through IVF treatments, and bouncing back after having kids. They discuss getting a Peloton bike and whether or not the experience is worth the hype. Can you stay motivated to work out if there isn’t someone in the room to keep you accountable? An emailer writes in to ask how she should talk to her friend about stopping her constant weight complaints. Is it okay to draw the line with your friends if they aren’t mindful enough of your own body struggles? Finally, they finish out the show with their Non Scale Wins of the week, a listener submi...

62 MINFEB 2
Comments
What They Don’t Tell You About IVF
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