Kim is eating healthily for the sake of her body and her baby, picking foods that help her get her body back into shape without sacrificing any of that on-the-go energy she needs as a busy new mom. Get all the details on Kim’s healthy and yummy diet here!
Kim Kardashian looks healthy and slim three months after giving birth to her daughter North West, and it is because she is dedicated to a diet that is healthy for her and her baby! The new mom isn’t going crazy with extreme weight loss measures, but she’s focusing on key foods that are really delivering results!
Kim Kardashian’s Diet Revealed For Post Baby Weight Loss
Kim reportedly tried cutting out all carbs, but a source revealed that Kim has now found “carb cycling,” — cutting back on eating carbs every other day — to be more effective, and better for keeping up her energy and health for breastfeeding Nori, reports OK! magazine.
“She’s really focusing on foods high in fiber from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., like whole-grain breads, cereals, brown rice, fruits, and vegetables,” a source tells the magazine.
In addition to targeting specific food groups in her meals, “she is snacking twice a day on toasted pita bread with two tablespoons of reduced-fat hummus,” says the source. “But on days when she is limiting the complex carbohydrates, then she will swap pita for things like celery, carrots, cucumber, and hummus to dip into the hummus.”
Kim definitely has a helpful advantage to help her stick to her healthy choices. Her mom “Kris Jenner has a chef who will come in and cook,” says the source. “That way they have fresh things prepared in the fridge and ready for Kim so that she doesn’t have to sit there and try to figure out what to eat.”
Kim Kardashian Breastfeeding North West
Kim has also become conscious that Nori will be getting the same health benefits from her diet, since she is still breastfeeding.
Kim’s trainer, Tracy Anderson, explained that a diet of healthy foods is more appropriate for a nursing mom than anything extreme. She told OK!:
If you’re nursing, this is not the time that you can really diet because you have to keep enough calories so you can have a healthy milk supply. I think that a trend I’m seeing is a lot of women will nurse and diet and they don’t realize that it’s not okay for the baby because you’re not giving the baby breast milk that is full enough.
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Do you think Kim’s diet sounds healthy and yummy?
— Kristine Hope Kowalski