Khloé Kardashian responds to outlandish claims about her postpartum diet
I think the ideal level of stardom would be to do a couple of things, make enough money from them to buy a house and be happy with that. That way, you can live comfortably and not have to endure the living hell that is fans seeing everything you do and commenting on every detail.
Imagine getting up and going to the supermarket for some milk and you get asked for a selfie every two minutes. What about getting on the bus or subway and having people point and whisper at you all the time. This is a life I would pay not to have - but I think this is the socially awkward dweeb that hasn't got a taste of money, real money, talking right now.
I feel like deep down, the Kardashians wish this upon themselves. They can't even - for example - have a baby without the world coming down on them. Khloé Kardashian has taken to Twitter to hit back at haters claiming that she’s following a “ridiculous” diet to “tremendous amount of weight” following the birth of her first child. People f*cking suck.
“I truly dislike when people report I’ve lost a tremendous amount of weight in a short amount of time or when people claim I’m doing these ridiculous diets,” the reality TV star tweeted on Monday night. “It’s really setting the wrong tone. I believe in making lifestyle changes when it comes to my food.”
“Dieting is great but dieting doesn’t typically create long-lasting results. I also believe that working out is so incredibly healthy and should be done to each individual’s own rhythm of life. There’s no one size fits all when health and fitness.”
Couldn't agree more with you there, Khloé. As much as I hate what the word has become, it's much more about the lifestyle than the diet. You need to choose lifestyle changes over quick fixes. That way, there's more chance you will be anything like those healthy people you see on the TV and in magazines. Many fans, however, are still concerned about her desire to lose “the baby weight” so quickly.
The 33-year-old was controversially given doctor’s approval to start working out at three weeks postpartum, and she recently shared the low carb meal plan she’s currently following. The average time suggested for mothers to start exercise - that isn't walking or Kegels - again after having a baby is six to eight weeks. Longer, if you've had a caesarean.
Apparently, the big motivator for Khloé to get back to the gym were some recent pap shots when she was out with True. “When I saw myself in those first post-pregnancy paparazzi photos, I couldn’t believe how big my booty looked,” she said on her app. “I can’t wait to tone up again and get my body back to where it was.”
It's quite poetic that Khloe has found motivation from her pap pics, but the idea that she has to go through this every day is honestly depressing. Still, this particular revenge bod will be killer. If you want to do the same, make sure you seek as much professional medical advice as possible before embarking on your weight loss journey.