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Wednesday 22 October 2014

Kim Kardashian weight loss tips

Kim Kardashian
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Kanye West

Kim Kardashian has shared her top tips for losing weight, advising people to "get a work out buddy".

The reality TV star has enlisted her sister Kourtney to encourage her with her weight loss.

The pair work out together as they both over-indulged over the Thanksgiving period.

"The best way to get motivated is to find a friend to workout with you," Kim revealed on her blog. "Kourtney is my workout buddy right now. Ask a friend or relative if they want to work out together."

The style icon gave her fans other motivational secrets to help kick start a post Thanksgiving diet. The clothes designer and trendsetter confessed that nothing gets her focused on a weight loss plan quite like a shopping spree.

"There are tons of deals in stores and online so treat yourself to a new workout outfit or some new sneakers that will get you motivated to hit the gym," she said.

The curvy star finds the turkey dinner leftovers irresistible like everyone else. Kim firmly told her fans to stay well clear of tempting treats if they want to see some results.

"As delicious as they are, Thanksgiving is over," Kim ranted. "You don't need to eat those leftovers! Don't beat yourself up, but stay focused, we all gain a few pounds here or there during the holidays, and that's fine. But get back into your regular lifestyle and focus on eating healthier and limiting your 'treats'… after all, Christmas is just around the corner."

Her final insight into losing the pounds is to increase water consumption, which she says is the key to stopping bloating.

"Drink more water," Kim finished."You'd be surprised the difference drinking more water can make to your weightloss mission and workouts. Most of us don't drink enough, and you've probably been avoiding water these last few days and treating yourself to sodas, alcohol and yummy holiday drinks. 2.2 litres (about 9 cups) per day of water is what you should be drinking, so strive for that."

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