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Khloé Kardashian: I was a mindless eater

Published 05/11/2015

Khloé Kardashian
Khloé Kardashian

Khloé Kardashian had a weakness for nachos whenever she watched estranged husband Lamar Odom playing basketball.

Reality star Khloé Kardashian used to be a mindless eater before she took control of her diet.

The 31 year old has lost 35lbs in the last year through healthy eating and an intense fitness regime but in her new book, Strong Looks Better Naked, Khloé admitted she had always had such will power.

“I was a mindless eater,” she wrote, according to People magazine. “I ate for comfort. I also ate out of boredom and habit. I ate when I was unhappy (which I’m sure many of you can relate to). I even ate chips because I love the crunchy sound they make. And I didn’t give much thought to what I was eating, or what I was putting inside my body, except hummus, of course, which is one of my weaknesses.”

Another problem Khloé used to face was the snacks available at the basketball court when she went to see former husband Lamar Odom play for the LA Lakers.

“When Lamar and I were still together and we were both in Los Angeles, I never missed any of his basketball games,” she continued. “There are eighty-two games in a regular season, not to mention the play-offs, and at least half of those were at home, and during that first year you’d find me at every single one, eating nachos. It wasn’t until I began to work out in earnest that I became aware of what I was eating. When I became more mindful about exercise, I became more mindful about eating.”

Khloe recently revealed she hated being branded the “fat sister” by the press compared to older siblings Kourtney and Kim, but one day something clicked in her mind and she knew she was going to change her ways for good.

“This is the only body I have,” she added. “Why am I treating it so badly? And what am I going to do about it?”

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