October 3, 2023


Diet Tribe is a diet and exercise show on the Lifetime network and this season will be a bit different than last with a few additions.

This season the contestants will try to lose and improve their health by preparing for a triathalon as well as haveing a phychotherapist on the show helping the people try to figure out those problems that they may not recognise that are causing them to gain .

As we all know obesity is a really big issue in North america and with shows like the Biggest Loser getting a lot ratings, and interest from TV viewers it is not surprising at all that Lifetime is mixing up Diet Tribe and bringing it back for another season.

Professional fitness trainer and health expert Jessie Pavelka and psychotherapist Stacy Kaiser return to guide and coach an all-new tribe as they work toward creating healthier and happier lives, one pound at a time. “DietTribe” Season 2 follows five women for 120 days as they struggle to stay on track through the toughest workouts of their lives and face the scale each week to see how far they’ve come both mentally and physically.

Sisters Stephanie Taulealea (40) and Tiffany Young (36) have shared everything about their lives, including their bad eating habits and gastric bypass surgeries.

4 thoughts on “New Season of Diet Tribe

  1. I understand all your struggles with dieting. I tried everything from Atkins to starving myself, and none of them showed results. So, I went to see my knee doctor for my obesity-induced arthritis and he gave me a list of great exercises. He said if I just spent 30 minutes a day (4xs a week) doing these exercises, plus some additional ones for my back pain, I would lose and the pain.
    He was definitely right. After 6 weeks I dropped from 187 to 154. It was incredible! I felt so great in the first weeks that I started eating healthier and I was so much happier. Since then (which was 2 years ago) I have lost 63 pounds and every aspect of my life is better. I am married now, and I look forward to waking up each morning, rain or shine!

  2. I have a challenge for you…… I really want to and need to lose . The medication I am on has taken me from 105 to 203 lbs. HELP PLEASE!! On top of everything else I have DJD in my neck and back, due to an auto accident.

    I really want to lose and I need help to change and adapt exercises to get me in shape.

  3. I usually do that as well. I always see myself gaining a few pounds at the beginning of watching my . I have no idea why. It’s like your body freaks out that its not getting what it used to so it holds on to what you do give it. Keep up the hard work though the scale is sure to reflect your work soon enough…

  4. It is necessary to be consistent in your eating habits for effectively following the diet plan. It is not necessary to count calories, but you should become more educated about the foods you eat and how many calories they contain. You should begin to routinely check the nutrition label of the foods that your family is eating. You want to try and eat foods low in calories and also low in fat. Be careful of many low fat or ňúdiet foods,’ as they can still be high in calories even though they are low in fat.

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