Khloé Kardashian is giving fans an inside look at her life in the new book  Strong Looks Better Naked, whichhit store shelves on Wednesday. With no topic off limits, the reality star shares tales of her relationships, self-image thoughts, her weight-loss journey, family feelings, lifestyle tips and more.
Khloé, 35, who has recently revealed herself as a tower of strength for her husband Lamar Odom, also shares a food diary revealing everything she eats, with her readers.
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The brunette gave fans an idea of her super healthy diet, which is now mostly carb and dairy-free, on her app ahead of her book being released.
Khloé has an early start at 5am with a glass of water and black coffee. An hour later she heads to the gym for a workout. At 8am the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has another large glass of water, oatmeal and a protein shake. Her mid-morning snack is an apple with peanut butter, or fruit and nuts.
Lunch is a Chinese chicken salad and at 3pm it’s time for an afternoon snack, which is “home-made hummus, chopped veggies, edamame, and another big glass of water (this time infused with fruit)”.
Dinner is light, or as Khloé says, “clean” – her “favourite go-to is steamed veggies and fished served with my Magic Mash-Up (cauliflower mash)" and is accompanied by another glass of water.
The reality TV star rounds off the day with a bowl of fruit with plain Greek yogurt.
Apart from providing a glimpse of her diet, the book also shares Khloé’s tips on developing a strong sense of self-esteem and “true beauty” while living “in a culture that worships skinny.”
Her marriage with Lamar is also touched on, as well as her younger brother Rob’s struggles and how she dealt with her father Robert’s death.
When she first launched the book, she said: “I am so excited about sharing my philosophy on how I live and the power of strength.
“I hope to be an inspiration to readers everywhere on how they can create their own true strength and beauty inside and out.”