The 2021 Game Changer Transformer - $12,...

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The 2021 Game Changer Transformer - $12,000 in Prizes!

Jan 01 - Jun 30/Game Closed
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Our biggest game of the year is here. Make 2021 your game changer, and lose 10% in 6 months! We're giving away a total of $12,000 in prizes along the way, with fun prize giveaways each month.



Game Begins

Jan 01

Last Day to Join

Jan 14


1st and 2nd of every month


Bet $35

per month

Lose 10%

in 6 months


Split the pot

10% is easier when you break it up, so each round has its own goal - and its own pot to split.
Check out the FAQ to learn more!

How do you verify the weight loss?

For all official weigh-ins, you'll be prompted to submit your official starting weight. Our standard weigh-in process involves you submitting 2 photos: one of you standing on a scale in lightweight clothing (no shoes, hats, belts, watches, coats, or outerwear), and another of the scale’s readout with your weigh-in word written on a piece of paper.

What you'll need

  • A scale (preferably digital)
  • A digital camera or smartphone
  • A full-length mirror or someone to take your photo
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Does this actually work?

Out of 908,102 DietBetters, 98.73% have lost weight during their challenges. Combined, they've lost 16,862,326 lbs and won $62,263,235. In other words...yes.

All results shown on DietBet are from actual users. Individual results may vary.

Don't take our word for it

WayBetter Kristin

about 8 hours ago
  • I have a confession to make... I've been completing this game along with you on my personal account. It hasn't been perfect, and I don't think I've won a round since Round 1... However, since the warmer weather, I've been getting out for walks and listening to the WayBetter podcast - Better by the Day.

    Last night, Kayla and Ashley were talking about loving yourself and being thankful for your body and what it can do. Noticing all those Non-Scale Victories along the way.

    I was thinking about that... I'm eating better and getting out for exercise and my mental health, and it's slowly changing my mindset! For the first time in a long time, I've been enjoying getting dressed for the day (instead of the same old sweats), I bought 3 pairs of pants and liked them all (that never happens!), and I feel so good after a long walk in our recent heat that I've felt compelled to take a selfie (which REALLY never happens!)

    So, I've noticed that, while I'm not seeing huge changes, there has been a slow shift in my mindset and love for myself that's even more exciting when I finally recognized it.

    What about you? Are you feeling that shift in your mindset? Have you had any Non-Scale Victories that you've almost not even noticed?

    As with our last question - if you don't mind - please let us know if we can share your story!

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Alaskan HG

I feel like a completely different person than I was 6 months ago. The thing that has made the biggest impact on this journey, is gaining self discipline. I made a goal to walk/jog/run 1,000 miles in 2021. Though I am far from that goal as I was set back with a foot injury, I've wanted to just give it all up... a few times! But my discipline is what keeps me working to get there again. Even if I don't make it to 1,000 miles this year, I'll use my huge grid of X's to remind me how amazing my body is when I treat it right. :hearts: Using Dietbet as a resource for accountability was the best thing I could have done for myself.

*You have my permission to share.

- Slim -

Love your story Alaskan HG. The only downside
to goals is if we miss them we tend to feel like
we failed & simply give up, at least I know I have
in the past.

I guess the trick is, if we miss a goal, simply make
a new one - fast! Start a new day, start a new goal.

I bet you might be able to walk/jog/run 400 miles?

Leila C

about 5 minutes ago
What’s your pizza?
(When you’re eating carbs and naughty things)

What are your go-to toppings?

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Leila C

Bacon and garlic.

Secondarily, pepperocini and pineapple (sweet & sour)


about 1 hour ago
Forgot to post last week that I can finally lift some weight! It’s only 5lbs for now but my shoulder is healing really well and so is my wrist. I’m excited to be able to lift even a little bit since the surgery.

Leila C and Rebecca H. like this comment.


about 2 hours ago
  • Accountability report, day 5. That's my food. No real workout, just a short walk with the family. Icecream truck came by and we bought some, but I'm saving mine for after the bet, probably

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about 5 hours ago
  • My victory for the day, I always hated running but it’s been really difficult to keep my heart rate high enough with just walking since i’ve dropped a decent amount of weight. So today I planned on 5 minutes of running and pushed myself to double it and almost ran a full mile!!!

    Additionally my plateau FINALLY caved after a month and a half-ish of little to no movement and fluctuating up and down constantly and dropped roughly 3.5lbs!!! I’ve got about 1.5lbs to lose to reach my personal goal for the end of this game!

    I hope you’ve all got high spirits and are working hard to maintain this lifestyle change! Quarantine probably showed a lot of us a version of ourselves we didn’t like, but I’m happy to say the person I’m coming out of it as is at least a lot healthier if nothing else!

Ali S. , JLynnW and like this photo.


about 6 hours ago

JLynnW , LinLin and like this photo.

P D.

Fabulous congratulations

Ashley K.

about 7 hours ago
  • Back below goal, and finally headed back in the right direction! It’s never too late to get back on track! I think I happened to catch a water retention day or something like that when I weighed in and found myself several pounds below goal… I had been TERRIBLE about drinking my water and I’ve been really pushing myself to get in 64 oz a day this week.

    I’m planning to get to 145, then maybe continue to 140 depending on how I feel at that point.

    At 140 I plan to maintain for at least a few months before continuing down. I don’t want to go so low that I have to feel deprived in order to maintain.

JLynnW , LinLin and like this photo.

Megan S.

Well done Ashley! I’m trying to drink more water too :)

Kristina L.

about 7 hours ago
  • Funny for Friday!

Jen , JLynnW and like this photo.




This is so true!! LOL!

Kristina L.

about 7 hours ago
Got in 6 miles this morning before the heat of Missouri set in. Only a couple of pounds away. I even lost weight on vacation! Yay me! Keep the momentum going my friends!

JLynnW , - Slim - and like this comment.

P D.

You’re doing great congratulations on only being a couple pounds away

Leila C

about 8 hours ago
What’s a food that you cannot stand? Could be because of the smell or the texture, taste.

LinLin , Marti and like this comment.

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Sarah S.

Olives (these I want to like, but just don't)
peas, ham, cucumber, raw onion, green bell peppers

Rebecca H.


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