Do you ever wonder what celebrities eat to stay so slim and fit? Kim has just revealed her exact diet — and it’s not what you think.
Kim Kardashian’s Diet — Reveals What She Eats With Husband Kanye West
Harper’s BAZAAR posted an article titled 24 Hours With Kim Kardashian on April 14. She tells the mag:
“I try to have breakfast really quick, before [North West is] up, but I’m rushing and always checking the monitor. I’ll usually have scrambled eggs or oatmeal, or a protein shake with fruit. Kanye loves to eat really healthy and is always on different diets. He has a chef who comes in the morning and cooks breakfast for both of us and gets our meal plans together for the day. We just started seeing a nutritionist who changes our diet every 10 days.”
Around 1pm, Kim says: “I prefer to have the chef make my lunch because it’ll be healthier. Lately it’s been fish and vegetables, or chicken and vegetables, something like that.”
Kim continues: “If I need a sweet-tooth fix, I’ll have those Justin’s peanut butter packs; the almond butter is also really good. I’ll just eat it plain. I used to drink a ton of iced tea, but I’ve cut back. I had the craziest addiction to Equal — I’d put 10 Equals in every iced tea. My sister Kourtney [Kardashian] would always say, ‘You can’t have that much sweetener!’ I’ve trained myself to have just one iced tea a week, and I’m down to three Equals. I’m not really a coffee drinker. I like it, and I’ll have some when I’m really jet-lagged, maybe once a month. I try to drink water. I think after you have a baby you want everything to be as pure as possible. I want to set an example and to be natural and healthy. It’s a decision Kanye and I made, to see a nutritionist together. Also, I think anything could help if I’m trying to get pregnant.”
“For dinner, I have vegetables and fish or chicken, just like lunch. I don’t really have cocktails or desserts — I mean, I wish! Haagen-Dazs is my biggest indulgence — their Dulce de Leche flavor is my favorite thing in life.”
Why You Should See A Nutritionist
I don’t have all the luxuries that Kim has (cough cough, private chef) but I have been seeing a nutrition counselor and senior dietitian through the Selvera Personalized Weight Management. The program allows (whole grain) carbs, alcohol and even “cheat foods” — it all boils down to moderation and portion size.
My dietitian set me up with a plan that would meet my goal. She keeps me on track with weekly phone calls and has access to my online food diary. I’ve actually lost 15 pounds in about 3 months on the program, which is really focused on maintaining a healthy lifestyle and not a super strict diet that you’ll eventually fail.
Would you get a nutritionist or dietician like Kim?
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas