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Jill Dictrow, marriage and sex therapist and host of TLC’s new show “Sex in Public,” doesn’t like what she sees when she looks in the mirror.
The single mother of two teenagers says the stress of working on her new show and writing a book has led her to turn to food to help soothe herself. Jill confides that she has gained 40 pounds over the past two years.
“I’m winded walking up the steps,” she says. “It doesn’t feel good. I feel old.”
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Jill visits plastic surgeon Andrew Ordon in hopes of a quick fix. But Dr. Ordon tells Jill that she’s not morbidly obese, and the best way for her to lose weight is through diet and exercise.
Jill is not thrilled but trusts Dr. Ordon’s plan to team her with ER physician Travis Stork and physical trainer PJ of Lock Box LA to help her drop the weight, regain confidence in her appearance and improve her health.
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Jill joins The Doctors to reveal how she’s doing so far.
“We want you to have good health and good sex!” Dr. Travis says, adding, “You’re doing this show for other people. You can do this for you.”