She has a raging sweet tooth and never goes for "skim or low-fat anything - ever." Here are the healthy eating tips that keep the spotlight-savvy mom of two fueled all day. REDBOOK.
'I can never follow a diet," says the eldest Kardashian sister, who confesses that her family eats dinner at her mother's house at least twice a week. "She always has a huge spread-soups, salads, pasta, rice, meatballs-and I like to have a little bit of everything." That's no problem, according to registered dietitian Elisa Zied, author of Nutrition at Your Fingertips. "Overall, Kourtney consumes some really healthy foods," Zied says. "To tame her sugar cravings, I'd suggest more whole grains." This is what Kourtney ate the day we caught up with her.
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"I start the day with a teaspoon of ghee-clarified butter that I melt and drink. It's an Ayurvedic thing that doesn't taste good, but it's good for you."
"I go through phases where I eat the same thing every morning. Right now I make a shake with whole milk, almonds, yogurt, an apple, a banana, cinnamon, cardamom powder, rose water, ice, and a scoop of vanilla QuickTrim."
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"For lunch I had the best Chinese chicken salad with almonds and wontons, plus a piece of bread."
"I have something sweet after every meal. We recently baked brownie chocolate-chip cookies, so I ate two after lunch. Later, I took a handful of chocolate-covered raisins from the candy jar in my kitchen."
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"I had salmon with white basmati rice and kale sautéed in ghee butter at home. We like to have a family sit-down dinner a few days a week."
"I made a coconut pudding in my Vitamix with the fresh meat and water from a coconut, and a little vanilla. I whip it all up-it's so good."
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