Her diet seems extreme, but healthy.
Kourtney's diet definitely seems high on cost and low on calories, but overall she does eat a variety of nutritious foods and healthy fats, in addition to pretty much every trendy supplement out there.
She starts her day with collagen supplements followed up with a glass of water mixed with a tablespoon of organic apple cider vinegar.
And then come more supplements.
Before she even eats breakfast, Kourtney loads up on more supplements. She has a vegan probiotic shot and avocado pudding infused with E3Live blue-green algae, bone broth protein powder and MCT oil. Sounds like a list of captions from the top Instagram nutrition and fitness bloggers.
After her workout, Kourtney says she usually has a bowl of homemade oatmeal with fruit and some seeds or bee pollen and sometimes honey for breakfast. Oatmeal is totally attainable, but she's not talking about the instant kind. Only stovetop will do.
She has more apple cider vinegar and supplements before dinner.
Before eating dinner, Kourtney has another glass of water with organic apple cider vinegar along with another probiotic shot. It's believed that drinking apple cider vinegar before meals helps burn fat and reduce bloat. Kourt's tummy is flat as a board, so maybe it really does work.
Kourtney also talks often about her mostly gluten-free diet, which probably helps with the bloat situation also.
Soup for dinner!
Kourtney says she usually eats simple, homemade vegetable-based soups or turkey chili for dinner, followed by chia seed pudding if she's in the mood for something sweet.
Treat yo' self.
A healthy lifestyle is all about moderation, right? Kourtney's in the business of looking good, but that doesn't mean she deprives herself all the time. She is on occasion seen munching on chips or pastries or even ice cream, because as she says, "you have to live your life!"