Kyle Richards has been open with The Feast about what her diet is like in real life — it's impressively restrained, but it's definitely not always glamorous, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom told us.
"I end up eating in my car a lot," Kyle recently admitted to The Feast. "I know on The Housewives, you see us having lunch [in restaurants] and stuff. When I’m not shooting The Housewives in my daily life, you’ll usually see me in my car eating. I’d rather eat in my car alone than in a restaurant alone — I actually like going out to eat alone, but when you’re on a TV show, it’s not as fun!"
She also told us about how she eats clean and sensibly — and now it appears she's taking that approach to the next level.
On Instagram, she shared her weekend reading of choice: Anthony William's 2016 book Medical Medium Life-Changing Foods: Save Yourself and the Ones You Love with the Hidden Healing Powers of Fruits & Vegetables.
Curious? Here's the Cliff's Notes version: Anthony William espouses the healing properties of fruits like oranges, cranberries, figs, kiwis, and grapes, and veggies such as celery, radishes and sweet potatoes, as well as spices like garlic, ginger and turmeric and even wild foods like honey, nettle leaf and rose hips.
Kyle's former RHOBH cast mate Yolanda Hadid is also embracing food's power to heal, as part of her overall holistic approach to combating "toxic stress" and Lyme disease.
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