K Weigh: A way of life

Nine years ago I decided to overhaul my eating habits…and ended up changing my life completely.  Up until the age of 16, I was always overweight…or if BMI terminology was anything to go by, “obese”.  After trying out a number of faddy diets like the Kellogg’s Cereal Diet and then Atkins, I realized a quick-fix approach wasn’t going to cut it.  With over 30 kilos to lose, I settled with Weight Watchers which focuses on a lifestyle change.  Long story short, I lost a majority of my weight through WW and then finished it up on my own.

The first thing that comes to mind with weight loss is seeing the numbers going down and looking better.  While both certainly happened, I also gained a lot as a person.  I feel better in my skin and I’m more confident as a person; I built up a hefty amount of knowledge about weight loss and nutrition and figured out what works for me; I developed a healthy relationship with food.  Most importantly, I  finally regained control of both my health & life.  To say it has, and continues to be, an empowering experience would be an understatement.


Changing about my eating habits lit up a passion in me for nutrition and overall wellbeing which only intensifies each day.  Although I qualified as a Nutrition Specialist a couple of years ago, I waited until the start of this year to set up K Weigh.  Before advising others, I knew I had to be in right state mentally i.e. have a healthy relationship with food without crossing the line of being “obsessed”.

After experiencing the powers & benefits of quality nutrition, I want to help others do the same.  With K Weigh I hope to empower others in their journey to better health & fitness through sound nutrition.  With customized eating plans that suit unique needs, our primary goal is to help clients achieve a healthier body, attitude and lifestyle.  Struggles surface during any kind of change, which is why we offer unlimited emotional and motivational support and advice with every step along the way.  It’s not a quick-fixdiet eating plan…it’s a way of life.

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For those interested, plans can be carried out both face-to-face or online.  For more info about the plans we offer, please leave a comment or send an email to thekweigh@gmail.com.

And even if you’re not interested, please do “like” us on Facebook…your support would mean the world :) !

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Sneha Sasikumar May 25, 2013 at 1:20 pm

Hi 🙂

Your blog is really inspiring and must compliment you for your determination and will power to achieve this in your life… and more than that the will to share your achievements and help others like me to get inspired and gain our lives back.

well i am Sneha, 25 a software engineer from Bangalore.
there was a time when i was so confident about my body and personality and my fitness but that was until college. I am a trained professional classical dancer..i used to dance for like 3-4 hours daily till i was 20. Then in college my dancing hours got reduced and i started putting on weight. By the time i started working i lost all kind of physical activity and put on weight…and later got to know i am suffering from thyroid which metabolised my putting on weight issue 🙁

I am 5.2 and my weight had nvr crossed 56 to 58kgs.. and today i weigh 72 kgs.
I have lost all my confidence and feel like a loser.
It would be really great if you could help me out and get me my life back.

Looking forward to hear from you.
Please do reply


Khushboo May 26, 2013 at 4:27 pm

Thanks for your comment, Sneha! I’ve just sent you an email. Look forward to hearing back from you 🙂


Shagun June 4, 2013 at 3:09 pm

Hi Khushboo,

I went through your blog for the 1st time today and just couldn’t stop going through each and every article, ideas and inspirations.. Oh! I simple loved your blog..

As i came across this Article i could so well connect to it as I’m 21 right now and till the age of 20 I was always so fit, my weight never crossed 50 and now I weigh 56.. and it feels so Horrible! i want to come back to 50 or may be 48 ..

Can you pls help me with this!

Looking forward to hear from you,
Thank You soo much.
Shagun Jain.


Khushboo June 4, 2013 at 7:05 pm

Hi Shagun, thanks for getting in touch! I can definitely help you out- sending you an email :)!


Noopur January 9, 2014 at 10:05 pm

hi khushboo…..
i m suffering from pcod…..i currently weight 63 kgs…my doctor told me to get my weight down to 50 kgs,which will be perfect weight according to my height.please help me with losing my weight and managing pcod symptoms..


Noopur January 9, 2014 at 10:08 pm

my age is 22…..n thanku in advance;-)


vaidehi April 13, 2014 at 6:05 pm

ur blog is very motivating and helpful.
my self vaidehi 27yrs. had pcod problem taken a lot to become pregnant. at last sucessful ivf treatment delivered a boy n girl twin babies. now my problem is weight due to hormonal treatment and less physical activity(bed rest from day 1of pregnancy and then c section) i gained more than 25kg extra weight. now i weigh 82kg. height is 5.2please guide n help me to lose weight. i stoped breastfeeding 3months back. using treadmill in home for 30 min. pls help me to reduce weight.
thank you


Khushboo April 13, 2014 at 10:19 pm

Hi Vaidehi, thanks for your kind words! I will send you an email about the plans which I offer.


aparna May 16, 2014 at 8:49 am

Hi Khushboo…I am 42.years and keep on losing , then putting on. SO now ! am 70 an am 5 feet woman…I have thyroid…pl pl help me ….:)


Khushboo May 16, 2014 at 10:16 am

Hi Aparna, please send me an email to thekweigh@gmail.com so we can discuss further 🙂


Delin Dharod May 31, 2014 at 11:32 am

Hey Khushboo,
I really like your attitude towards life and health.

Co-incidentally I have a sister named ‘Khushboo’. Yeah, exact same spelling as yours! And my question sort of is about her.
She was some 130+ kgs, and she followed WW and lost close to 30 kgs just like you did. (a lot in common)
But now she’s pregnant and her diet has to change and practically double.
And I understand it may be difficult to provide expertise on something like this.
But I’m worried about her post-delivery stage.

I read about it and all but really, It’s more about genetics. What worked for you worked for her too. So, I thought it wise to seek your advice, despite the long shot.

Looking forward to your mail.

BTW, Oldies but Goldies and the Lazy Girl’s Dinner, Awesome Stuff! You are really helping find a middle ground for foodies between cravings and health. Great work!

Keep up the good work!


Khushboo May 31, 2014 at 1:00 pm

Hi Delin, thanks for your kind words! A huge congrats to your sister Khushboo for her amazing achievements as well as her upcoming pregnancy. While genetics do play a role in weight, it’s relatively minor compared to diet & exercise. Please ask her to get in touch post-delivery and we can discuss the necessary steps for her to take to lose any weight gained during pregnancy.


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