DJ Khaled started 2018 like most of us usually do: with a resolution to shape up and work on his health. The only difference is that the super producer has absolutely nailed it, kicking off New Years Day with a Weight Watchers partnership, seeing the weight fall off ever since.
“Man. Weight Watchers is going good,” Khaled told Page Six. “The freestyle program is doing real big. It’s a real lifestyle because all you have to do is not go over your point [total]. And there are so many zero points [foods] in case you get hungry. I got the freestyle dance.”
In just three months, Khaled has already lost upwards of 15 kilograms and he shows no sign of slowing down, committing to a healthier lifestyle, with emphasis on eating well thanks to his Weight Watchers partnership.
"I'm not in any race to get rid of weight," he said in an Instagram post. "I just want to make sure I stay super focused and continue at being healthy."
Khaled started his journey at 132kgs, having lost 12 per cent of that weight already. For a man that always wins, that’s a lot of losing. "I got rid of – I don’t lose," Khaled told Page Six. "All I do is win – you know what I mean.”
Khaled’s new lifestyle is no doubt behind a slew of success and renewed energy when it comes to his fast paced lifestyle. With a recent top 10 hit with mates Beyonce and Jay-Z, a top rated TV show in the US (The Four), a young son, and a new album in the works, Khaled obviously sees the benefit in looking after himself. Heck, he’s even found the energy to do push up on top of his Rolls. As we all do when we’re on a health kick.
The prolific social media user has been extremely open on his inspiring journey, sharing his weight loss success and some of his favourite treats from the Weight Watchers program, including healthy choc chip cookies. He’s even been seen conducting meetings from the treadmill.
It’s great to see the young dad setting a great example for his family, fans, and the music industry, and creating sustainable lifestyle changes that will ensure long term weight loss and health.