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Kourtney Kardashian has more energy after going gluten-free

Published 14/08/2016

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian makes sure her exercise sessions are short yet intense as she doesn’t like to spend too much time away from her kids.

Kourtney Kardashian has much more energy after cutting certain foods from her diet.

The reality TV star has been a firm advocate for a healthy lifestyle in recent years, opting for natural and organic foods and working with trainer Don Brooks to keep fit. And the benefits the mother-of-three has experienced since focusing on her health has ensured she’s motivated to keep up her routine.

“Having my son (Mason, six) made me more conscious of what I was eating. I was trying to figure out what to feed him and that’s where my natural healthy lifestyle began,” she told Britain’s Marie Claire magazine. “I don’t count calories, but I’ve cut out dairy and gluten, which has given me more energy. Every morning, I have a shake with coconut milk, avocado and Manuka Doctor honey. My daughter (Penelope, four) loves it too.”

Kourtney, who also shares baby Reign, 20 months, with her former partner Scott Disick, adds that she’s found it hard to snap back into shape after each pregnancy. But she was especially motivated after having Reign, as she “couldn’t wait” to have abs again. However, she tries to keep her exercise sessions short and sweet as she doesn’t like spending too much time away from home.

“Now if I take an hour to exercise, that’s an hour away from my kids, so I need it to be intense,” she explained.

Apart from eating right and following an exercise schedule, 37-year-old Kourtney says one of her favourite tips for looking well-rested is to sleep on a particular kind of pillow.

“I’ve been sleeping on silk pillowcases for, like, 20 years! I don’t usually take one away with me, but I’ve just bought the Beauty Pillow. It props up your head too, so I think I’ll start,” she smiled.

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