A WayBetter Company™

30 Day Challenge Series

Lose 4% in 4 weeks!

30 Day Challenge Series

Jan 01 - 28/Game has ended
Hosted by Teresa Marie







Jan 01





The first official 30 Day Challenge Series Weight Loss Challenge!



Game Begins

Jan 01

Last Day to Join

Jan 14

Final Weigh-In

Jan 29 - Jan 30


Bet $35

to start

Lose 4%

in 4 weeks


Split the pot

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
  1. Privacy FAQ +
  2. How we prevent cheating +

Does this actually work?

Out of 736,226 DietBetters, 99.98% have lost weight during their challenges. Combined, they've lost 12,477,789 lbs and won $62,263,235. In other words...yes.

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

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01/31/2014 6:05PM
Your game has now been finalized. Congratulations to the winners! You will be notified by email if you are a winner and the $50.63 will be deposited as credits into your account. They can be used for a new game or you can request a PayPal payout. Payouts process within 24 hours.
As promised, here are the top player titles. Drum roll, please…
- Most Liked Player: Jeff C.
- Most Generous Liker: Nick R.
- Most Liked Comment: "Did it! Wasn't really sure about this one because a couple weeks ago I kind of just accepted that I was going to lose and stopped worrying about it. In the past I've had issues with eating (or rather issues with NOT eating) and for a while I kind of felt like I was going to slip back into that so I said 'enough was enough' and just stopped worrying about my weight. I didn't weigh myself, I didn't really police what I ate because I was more focused on making sure I got my three-squares a day. But yesterday when I got the "game is over" email I decided to jump on the scale and much to my surprise I had actually made it below my goal. When I was actively trying and weighing myself every day the scale wasn't budging but when I basically accepted loss and stopped worrying about it, the weight came off. Just goes to show you how much stress can play into your weight loss. I'm happy that I did it and am going to

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