Khloé Kardashian’s looking absolutely fab lately and has previously revealed she’s lost 20kgs!
But in a game of Would You Rather on her Khloé app, the reality TV star admitted she’d rather gain weight then eat pork.
“Would you rather eat pork or gain ten pounds (5kgs)?” the question reads.
“I would for sure rather gain ten pounds! I don’t think I’ll ever eat pork in my life,” the Strong Looks Better Naked author revealed.
For meat lovers, it’s hard to imagine a diet without crispy pork belly and good ol’ bacon! But the 32-year-old said she get’s her fix in the form of lean white meat.
“Turkey bacon only, baby!,” she says.
Khloé, who is currently dating NBA star Tristan Thompson, is constantly coming up with new and innovative recipes on holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving because “all of the recipes have bacon in them,” she says.
The ex-wife of former Lakers player Lamar Odom recently opened up to Health magazine about her lifelong struggle with food.
“I was going through my divorce, and I just really needed an outlet. I had turned to food and had an unhealthy relationship with food my whole life,” she said. “I was like: ‘Food has never helped me lose weight.'”
But Khloé said she has finally broke the vicious cycle she had with comfort eating and loves eating healthy and working out to maintain her banging figure.
“I make this healthy Armenian rice pilaf with boiled edamame,” she previously revealed on the app.
“The edamame has about 15 grams of protein so I feel good, but still satisfied from my rice.”
Meanwhile, Khloé, who’s new TV show Revenge Body airs on E! News Australia on January 13, has sparked controversy among health experts who are concerned the show is sending the wrong message.
Dietitian, health and body positivity coach Rebecca Clyde of Nourish Nutrition posted on her Facebook page that “the idea to package a 100% appearance based program in a pretty & positive bow is horrifying. Getting back at your ex with a ‘revenge body’ is not empowering, nor is it body positive. It can’t be, it is the antithesis.”
However, trainer Lacey Stone who appears on the show, told FOX 411 that the show isn’t about getting revenge despite its title.
“Yes, the title is revenge, but it’s not about that,” she insisted. “This is a transformation show … and it makes me upset that people who don’t know what the show is about have these opinions.”
“There’s someone in every one of these people’s lives who told them they’re not enough. That’s what this show is about,” Lacey said.