Diet Starts Tomorrow
Welcome to Diet Starts Tomorrow, a podcast hosted by Remy Kassimir and Emily Lubin. In a world where wellness can make you unwell and beauty standards feel anything but standard, Betches Media presents a podcast that digs into the emotional side of well-being. Listen as we shed our former beliefs that made us feel bad about ourselves — we’re looking at you, toxic diet culture — and laugh while doing it. We’re here to amuse your bouche. For more DST, follow us on Instagram @dietstartstomorrow.View Promo Codes
Remy Kassimir is a stand up comedian, actor, and host of Betches Media's Diet Starts Tomorrow Podcast and the Cosmopolitan Sexcellence award winning comedy & sex podcast, “How C*m?” which she started in order to have her first orgasm (and has now inspired thousands of people globally to have their own!).
Emily Lubin is a comedian and podcaster living in New York City. She is the co-host of Diet Starts Tomorrow by Betches Media, as well as co-host of The Hot Mess Comedy Hour podcast, and host of her own podcast, RIP Diets. Emily is extremely passionate about anti-diet nutrition, body neutrality, and the fat acceptance movement.
Where to Start
Owning Your Sh*t Is A Huge Part Of Mental Wellness Ft. Dr. Naomi Bernstein
Do you ever just avoid all your feelings until they’re so bottled up you explode? ’Cause same (I’m the problem, it’s me). Dr. Naomi Bernstein—clinical psychologist and co-host of the *fab* Oversharing podcast—joins Remy and Emily to talk all things mental health, including the importance of owning your sh*t for the sake of your mental wellness. From understanding the mind-body connection to unpacking the stigmas tied with mental health, Dr. Naomi shares her insights. They read a Dear DST about the nuances of body image, weight, health, and how to create a safe space to discuss these topics, before having an honest convo about getting comfortable with the uncomfortable. Re: growth, change, and listening to your mind and body. Check out our latest promo codes here: https://betches.com/promos Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Your Vagina Actually *Shouldn’t* Smell Like Flowers & Other Vaginal Health Talk Ft. Lo Bosworth
From reality TV to the world of wellness, the one and only Lo Bosworth (founder of Love Wellness and star of Laguna Beach and The Hills), joins Remy and Emily. They talk all about her transition away from reality TV, the wellness space, and…p*ssy problems. Lo unpacks her personal struggles with health in the past, and how that led her to focus on the science behind the wellness. They break down caring for your vulva, (re: everything you *didn’t* learn in school), and Lo gives her recs on what to avoid in drugstore products. Lo wraps up sharing her self care routine and the benefits of listening to your body, even if that means being inconsistent. Check out our latest promo codes here: https://betches.com/promos Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Swimsuit Season Is Coming & So Is My Anxiety
Don’t you just hate poster’s remorse? Emily tells Remy all about her recent IG anxiety after posting a picture, and fighting that “who the f*ck do I think I am” feeling (we’ve all been there). They unpack the nuanced mental struggles that come with social media, before Remy shares her stresses regarding the impending swimsuit season. From the bad bathing suit memories, the horrible fitting rooms, to the brands you should check out—they talk through it all. This segues into the Scoop Du Jours: the rebrand of the famed VS Fashion Show and Megan Fox’s interview opening up about body dysmorphia, before they wrap up with a round of Last Licks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Listening to Sami and Aleen is like talking with old friends. They’re super relatable and discuss subjects related to diet and wellness that I’ve had my own thoughts/questions about… I feel like my mindset around diet culture has grown and matured with them through the years. You guys are the best!
Thank you Sami and Aleen for your vulnerability in sharing on DST. Appreciate being part [of] your journey with intuitive eating. It’s very relatable and helps me get in touch with my own feelings about diet culture and other anxieties that I feel. Feels like I’m talking to two good friends!
I never thought I would come close to being on this journey of having a healthy relationship with food and my body- literally so thankful for what both Aleen and Sami bring to this anti-diet table!! Thank you ladies keep doing you!!
Our hosts cut the BS and have unfiltered conversations about real-life sh*t that will make your group chat say, "That‘s so us." Whether you’re commuting to work or looking to laugh (instead of cry) in the shower, we’ve got a podcast that will become a part of your daily rotation. Go ahead, explore our slate below and IDK, maybe write us a glowing review if you’d like. (It’s not weird, we promise.)View Promo Codes
Think of Jordana and Dr. Naomi as your BFF and your therapist, sitting side-by-side at the brunch table trying to help you get through your problems. Because sometimes we really need advice from people with no skin in the game. And let’s face it, your friends can’t stand to hear that story one more time.