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About Dr. Khandee Ahnaimugan

Based in London’s Harley Street, Dr. K provides individual behavioural weight loss programmes for women over 40. He is also the author of the Amazon bestseller: “Slim and Healthy without Dieting – The Weight Loss Solution for Women over 40”

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Weight scales

Do you have a love-hate relationship with the scales? When I see clients at my weight loss clinic for the first time, many also have a very complicated relationship with the weighing scales. Some weigh themselves regularly, hating the results. Others are living in a cocoon of denial, not having weighed themselves for months. When…

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checklist

Some people make weight loss harder than it should be, by getting the basics wrong. To be slim and healthy for life requires a different approach to the one most people take. So, if you’re beginning your weight loss journey, here is my weight loss checklist for ensuring that you’re starting on the right foot….

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stopwatch

What comes to mind when you think about losing weight? Do you picture some sort of complicated regime you have to follow? Do you think you’ll have to completely overhaul what you normally eat and drink? Do you resign yourself to eating very little and missing out on good times? The diet starts tomorrow Most…

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healthy apple, measuring tape and scale

One of my friends (let’s call him Jack) has been going through a tough time recently. The company he was working for went bust, and he lost his high-paying job at an investment bank. Jack’s been very low in confidence. To get himself out of this rut, he’s been reading self-help books. One of the…

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a client had a light bulb moment

How do you lose weight and still eat the foods that you love? If you’ve been struggling with your weight, you’ll know that the answer to this question can seem elusive. You can lose weight. You can eat the foods you love. But you find it hard to do both at the same time. The…

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scales

If you’ve noticed your weight gradually increase after 40, then here’s what’s happening, why the usual solutions don’t work, and what you need to do to lose weight. As a weight loss doctor who works primarily with women over 40, I see two types of clients in my practice. 1. Women who have been overweight…

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hospital bed

“After my operation, I couldn’t walk for 4 weeks and I gained so much weight” Does bed rest = weight gain? It shouldn’t. If you’re injured or have surgery and need to have bed-rest, you don’t have to resign yourself to inevitable weight gain. Indeed, I have had clients who were able to use the…

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BBC2 Documentary

Last night, I watched the BBC2 documentary “Sugar v Fat”. Here is the spiel from the BBC2 website about the show: To answer the hottest question in nutrition, twin doctors Chris and Xand Van Tulleken go on month long high-fat and high-sugar diets. The effects on their bodies are shocking and surprising. So which is…

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Chocolate

Can you lose weight only eating chocolate? If you went on a diet that was only restricted to one type of food, you would lose weight. Regardless of the food. So, yes you could lose weight eating chocolate alone. At least in the short term. How? Because how many chocolate bars could you eat before…

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diet concept

Have you met someone who “eats nothing” and still can’t lose weight? Have you ever thought that about yourself? This is one of the great conundrums of the weight loss world. Quite regularly, I will meet people who insist that they really don’t eat very much and yet are unable to shift the pounds. Is…

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