Kourtney Kardashian has tried practically every diet under the sun, from sticking to a vegan diet to juicing. However, in a story reposted to Poosh on June 7, it seems that Kourtney may be back on the keto diet again.
So, what does the reality-star-turned-lifestyle-mogul eat in a day on the ultra-low-carb plan? Read on to discover the exact meals Kourtney eats when she's doing keto.
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She starts the day with a smoothie.
For her first meal of the day, Kourtney sips an avocado smoothie, combining a whole avocado, one cup of organic plant-based milk, one scoop of vanilla protein powder, and ¼ teaspoon of MCT oil.
While the recipe typically includes manuka honey, when she's on keto, Kourtney says, "I'll swap that for a couple drops of Stevia. I'll still mix in my MCT oil, bone broth powder, and blue-green algae."
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She has salad for lunch.
To fill up midday, Kourtney says she typically enjoys a salad. "My go-to for lunch is usually a protein-based chef salad with turkey, a base of mixed greens, and egg whites," says the star.
She eats a "really clean and simple" dinner.
For her final meal of the day, Kourtney says she'll "usually eat chicken or salmon" atop some broccoli rice or cauliflower rice.
"Even though they're made entirely from shredded veggies, they kind of trick my brain and make me feel like I'm eating some carbs," she explains.
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She doesn't snack.
If she does give in and have something to eat between meals, she sticks to "walnuts or pecans."
She practices intermittent fasting.
In addition to strictly limiting her carbs, Kourtney incorporates intermittent fasting into her eating routine when she's sticking to a keto diet.
"For me, this meant not eating for 14 to 16 hours after dinner. I wouldn't eat past 7 p.m. at night and then I would wait to eat the next day until after my morning workout, which would be around 10:30 a.m. or 11 a.m.," explains the star, who also incorporates one full-day fast into her weekly routine when doing keto.
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