Khloe Kardashian is the poster child for the revenge body (and, um, has a forthcoming show with the same name.) So it makes sense that the workout queen is also the January/February cover star for Health magazine.
Just like the rest of us—especially those of us fighting eggnog cravings right now—the mag's editors were eager to get the lowdown on how Khloe got into such incredible shape.
In the interview, Khloe took readers back to the beginning of her body transformation, when she began hitting the gym to relieve the stress of going through a highly publicized divorce. After mastering a routine on the elliptical and stairs—while watching The Real Housewives—she called in personal trainer Gunnar Peterson to help finish the job.
Eventually, Gunnar hooked Khloe up with a nutritionist. "I cut out sodas, then I went dairy-free for two weeks, and I lost 11 pounds. 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." Wait, does that mean no mac and cheese?
Khloe also chatted more about her wildly successful denim line, Good American. "For our campaign, I booked real women. I really felt the need to have a wide-range line," she said. "I hate using the word 'plus-size'... We have booties and hips, and that's what being a woman is all about." Read the whole, empowering interview here.
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