Kim Kardashian’s Health Regime: Ways To Look Slim And Sexy

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Mar 15, 2017 09:32 PM EDT

Kim Kardashian have made everyone surprised with her amazing transformation from her post pregnancy look to a most glamorous and sexy. The star maintains a health regime to look fab which could be adopted for a hot and sexy look just like her.

The Elle has earlier reported how Kim Kardashian has lost 60+ pound due to her pregnancy. According to Kim, she was strictly following the Atkin's diet to have a fit body also she was avoiding certain foods. From college day itself, she started to follow the diet with her father due to her freshman pounds.

The People have reported the way Kim Kardashian lost nearly 70lbs post-delivery. Kim told People that she was under the impression that she could have anything she likes and could maintain a fit body with lots of exercises. Then only she realized exercise alone can never work and she needs to follow a healthy diet.

With Kim Kardashian's decision to have a healthy diet, she then started to follow the Atkin's 40 plan. To maintain a proper stamina in her body, she doesn't eat more than 1800 calorie a day with proper exercise. Kim's diet included an egg omelet and vegetables for breakfast, grilled lime chicken or spinach salad for lunch and Zucchini noodles with a spicy chicken sausage for dinner.

In intervals of time, Kim Kardashian used to have harvest trail bars or Greek yogurt and berries. And for dessert, she would be having chocolate peanut butter cups. As soon as the Atkin's diet plan was working for her, then she slowly started to change her diet. Kim was having a balanced diet.

In order to balance Kim Kardashian's body weight she included food items like brown rice, quinoa, sweet potato, or baked potato, which contained carbohydrates. Kim was very strict with her diet and even on vacations, she was following it without fail. Also, Kim controlled herself not to overeat any of the food, even with her favorite foods. To know more about the healthy benefits with exercise click here.   

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