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Kate L.

I want to feel more attractive, look better in a bikini year round, and not carry weight around that could make me sick down the road.

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: none

Favorite Sinful Food: french fries

My Preferred Method of Exercise: hooping and shelling/snorkeling

My Approach to Weight Loss: limit carbs&calories, increase activity

My Weight Loss Program: I don't follow a program

My Diet Plan: lower carb (under 100 grams/day)

Fitness/Exercise Apps: FatSecret calorie tracker

Fitness Devices: I don't use a device

DietBet Winnings: $3,061.12


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TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
-1.7% Since last weigh-in-2.3 lbs
-1.7% 1-Month Change-2.3 lbs
-23.4% Lifetime Change-40.8 lbs

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by - 02/23/2016 11:51AM

Now that I have reached my goal and transitioned to maintenance I am determined to stay active on Di... Read More ›

Lets Talk Payouts and Winnings
by - 02/14/2016 1:32PM

If you have been on DietBet a while you may have noticed the way that the website calculates "winnin... Read More ›

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Ian T.

I understand what you're saying when it comes to playing the lottery. No one ever calculates how much they've spent on tickets over the years they've been playing and subtracts it from the winnings. They just take the winnings and run with it. But let's look at something like poker. Texas Hold'em specifically. Let's say there's a blind of $10 just to play the hand and see the flop. If no one raises that is. But once the flop falls, that $10 you put into the pot, isn't your's anymore. You may have invested it into the pot. But it stopped being your money once you bet it, and remains not yours unless you win it back. Same with betting on the flop to the turn, turn to the river, and ending bets. Even though you may have placed $200 on the table, it's not yours until the hand is over and you've won it. Same here. Once you've placed the bet, that money is no longer yours unless you lose the weight and win it back. You've been winning, so you have the mentality of, "well this was all ready my money". But think of it from the perspective of someone who didn't lose the weight. It was all ready their money, but it's not anymore. So yes, once you've placed the bet, it isn't your money. Therefore making it a part of your winnings, should you actually win. As for the reinvesting aspect and counting it as winnings twice? Well, yeah. You risked it twice, and won it back. So it absolutely counts as winnings. Because once you reinvested it, it wasn't your's anymore. U

Kristina M.

I don't find that odd. Part of any bet is winning back your investment. Its how betting works
Maintenance- Day 1!
by - 02/10/2016 5:02PM

The day has come and I have to admit, I am overwhelmed.  I have been using dietbet for over a year n... Read More ›

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Thanks for posting, Kate, and congratulations. I'll be in the same boat soon, hopefully, so I'm curious to see how you manage the transition from losing to maintaining. Keep us posted!


Congratulations!! I know maintenance is very different from weight loss, so keep posting about your experiences!
by - 03/07/2015 11:59PM

Just some random ramblings because I am bored and my husband is stuck at work overnight.  I'm a few ... Read More ›