DJ Khaled (born November 26, 1975) is an American DJ, record executive, author and record producer.
Breakfast and Diet
According to Khaled, breakfast is a major key to success. Especially egg whites.
During his weight loss, he cut out his two biggest “weakness foods” pre-diet: white rice and bread, and learnt to not indulge in that extra sweet.
“I love pumpkin pie, I love sweet potato pie. Who don’t? But I touch that and it still pleases my taste buds,” he said. “I’m not gonna eat it seven days a week now. I might eat it once a week and it’s like a celebration.”
The singer became a Weight Watchers ambassador in 2018 and, as a result, lost 26 pounds due to the manageable points system.
He said at the time: “Man. Weight Watchers is going good. The freestyle programme 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. Right now, the last weigh in as like 26 pounds. I got rid of – I don’t lose. All I do is win – you know what I mean.”
He begins his daily training program as soon as he gets out of bed in the morning. DJ gets his day started off right by getting in a mile of walking. Additionally, he engages in cardiovascular exercise. According to Khaled, he worked out with his son Asahd, who is just two years old. He continued, “He likes to work out right alongside me on his little toy bike, and working out with me is one of his favorite things to do.”
“I don’t know how to pronounce this so I hope I say this correctly: ‘the ecliptical?’ That machine,” Khaled adds. “I just go in a zone for 30 minutes and I listen to music. If I’m not listening to music, I’m on a conference call handling my business or running my company on my phone. It makes time go by faster.”
“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.”