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Khloé Kardashian: 'I ditched dairy to lose weight'

Published 22/12/2015

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian drinks five liters of water everyday as part of her new healthy lifestyle.

Reality star Khloé Kardashian lost 11 pounds in six weeks by ditching dairy.

The 31-year-old has transformed her figure in the last year by overhauling her diet and embarking on a rigorous fitness regime, but she admits she still got a shock when she saw how much difference a dairy-free diet made to her body.

"I'm obsessed with cheese and milk, but eliminating them from my diet made the biggest difference," she told New Beauty. "In a month and a half, I lost 11 pounds just from not eating dairy, without doing anything else different, and that totally blew my mind."

During her chat with the outlet, Khloé explained other ways she has managed to maintain her slimmer physique.

"I'm way healthier now than I ever was," she said. "I stay really hydrated by drinking five liters of water and taking vitamins every single day. Working out also makes my skin look better - everything looks better."

Khloé hasn't just changed her figure, but her hair as well, going from long brunette locks to a mid-length ombré look before switching it up again to her current longer-line, blonde bob.

"The funny thing is that everyone thinks I'm naturally dark because all of my siblings are, but I'm naturally dirty blonde," Khloé added. "Tracey Cunningham does my colour, and little by little my ombré turned into more of a rooted blonde, and then it got lighter and lighter. I love how I stand out more as a blonde - it makes me feel bright and healthy."

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