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Khloé Kardashian has basically patented the term "revenge body," channeling negative comments into a source of workout motivation (and a new TV show). But Kardashian's enviable figure is also a product of her motivation in the kitchen. The youngest Kardashian sister actually started working with a nutritionist recommended by her personal trainer, Gunnar Peterson, about a year and a half into her workouts. The nutritionist helped Kardashian reform her diet in baby steps like cutting out soda and preplanning healthy snacks to curb cravings.
But perhaps the most effective part of Kardashian's new diet was her experimentation with the dairy-free lifestyle. "I went dairy-free for two weeks, and I lost 11 pounds," she told Health as a part of their January 2017 cover story. "Now I only drink almond milk. I still love cheese, which is hard, but if I want to lose weight quickly, dairy-free is the way to go."
Khloé is also a firm believer in a balanced diet—one that allows some room for cravings and splurges. "I do believe that if you're having a craving, don't deprive yourself. Everything in moderation," she told the magazine. To keep those cravings at a minimum, Kardashian stocks her fridge with healthy dips and fruits and vegetables, like cucumbers and jicama with hummus. "I'm a grazer, so I always have cut fruits and vegetables in my fridge, because I could snack all day. I like to have things pre–set up for me, or else I'm grabbing the bag of chips."
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