Khloe Kardashian is proud of her 40-pound weight loss, and is furious that haters are now body-shaming her as too skinny and anorexic-looking.
Khloe, who for years was mocked as “Big Foot,” “fat sister” and “Sasquatch,” is amazed that her detractors now accuse her of being too skinny.
“I need to remember the date today!!” Kardashian tweeted. “Never would I have ever thought I would be in the media for being ‘too skinny.’ What on earth?!?!”
Khloe added: “First I’m too fat and now I’m too skinny.”
The 5-foot-11 Kardashian, who had long wished that she were as small-framed as her sexy sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, has achieved the hot Revenge Body she always wanted, thanks to diet and exercise.
Khloe’s weight loss secrets were a dairy-free diet, waist training, and daily workouts that combine cardio exercise and weightlifting, Celebrity Health Fitness reported.
Kardashian said exercise helped her cope with the stress she felt during her rocky marriage to Lamar Odom.
“When Lamar and I broke up [in 2013], I had all these emotions I didn’t know what to do with,” she told Shape. “Some people suggested therapy, but I joined my local Equinox gym, where I’d get on an elliptical and watch bad reality TV. As a result, I started losing weight.”
Kardashian is now addicted to the endorphin high she gets from exercise, and said the accompanying 40-pound weight loss was just an added bonus.
“The gym takes all the anxiety away when I’m overwhelmed or stressed out,” said Khloe.
“If I don’t have time to go to a class, I use the treadmill I have at home. It clears my mind of all the crap and puts me in a really good mood.”
Khloe revealed her diet, workout, weight loss, and beauty secrets in her book, Strong Looks Better Naked.
Kardashian’s beauty secrets include sunscreen and anti-aging wrinkle creams, Celebrity Health Fitness reported.
No matter what her critics say, Khloe is proud of her body after years of being called “the ugly sister.”
“I put in the work to get the curves I have and every bit of firmness,” said Khloe. “I feel empowered and badass.”