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La'Tasha Givens-People Magazine "My Diet Is Better Than Yours"

The 35-year-old TV news reporter, who had reached 243 lbs., has yo-yo dieted for five years, all in front of the notoriously unforgiving camera. "I always gained the weight back and then some," she says. "It was really embarrassing getting so large on TV."

About the Diet: She's embracing Carolyn Barnes's Clean Momma Plan, which focuses on "taskercize." What's that? "It's combining exercise with everyday tasks, like adding a plié when you grab something from a low grocery store shelf," says Barnes. "It's perfect for people who don't have time to go to the gym."

La'Tasha Givens-ABC to Air New Weight-Loss Show My Diet Is Better Than Yours in January

ABC is adding a twist to the TV weight-loss format.


The network has ordered the series My Diet is Better Than Yours, which premieres Thursday, Jan. 7 at 8/7c. The show follows a roster of celebrity trainers as they coach overweight Americans looking to drop some pounds.

La'Tasha Givens-My Diet Is Better Than Yours ABC All Access

“My Diet Is Better Than Yours” is the first weight loss competition show to put its experts to the test. Hosted by fitness mogul Shaun T (creator of the workout phenomenon “Insanity”), “My Diet Is Better Than Yours” features celebrity trainers Carolyn Barnes, Jovanka Ciares, Jay Cardiello, Dawn Jackson Blatner and Abel James, who will change the lives of five ordinary Americans with their unique diet and exercise plans.

La'Tasha Givens-New ABC Show "My Diet Is Better Than Yours"

ABC is shaking up Primetime this January with a new show called “My Diet is Better Than Yours.” The network will premiere the weight loss show on Thursday, January 7 at 8/7 Central.

La'Tasha Givens-ABC to premiere new "My Diet Is Better Than Yours" reality series January 7

ABC has announced My Diet Is Better Than Yours will premiere with a two-hour broadcast Thursday, January 7 at 8PM ET/PT.
Hosted by Shaun T, the creator of the "Insanity" workout sensation, the new reality series will feature celebrity trainers coaching average Americans to lose weight and get in shape.

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