What's inside Khloé Kardashian's fridge?


Khloé Kardashian has just released her new book Strong Looks Better Naked in which she dishes advice and lifestyle tips, stories of her relationships, weight loss journey, self-image and family. And now the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who earlier this year revealed she had lost two-and-a-half stone, has opened her fridge to show her fans exactly what's inside.


The 31-year-old has a jug of fresh water flavoured naturally with slices of limes, a vegetable box bursting with fresh fruit and vegetables including broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, tomatoes and more. Prepared containers with fruits such as super healthy blueberries will also make healthy snacking easier.


She also has almond milk as the brunette no longer drinks dairy milk.

It's not all healthy superfoods and veggies for Khloé though – her fridge also contains several soft drinks which she stocks especially for her nieces and nephews. The reality TV star also stocks butter, cream cheese and mayonnaise, as well as several types of brown bread.


The star, who now follows a mostly carb and dairy-free diet that sees her eat dishes such as Chinese chicken salad for lunch and steamed vegetables, cauliflower mash and fish for dinner, adds that she is still anti-dieting.

"I want to say about food, it's this: Don't diet," she writes. "When you diet, you are basically setting yourself up for failure. I mean, the word 'die' is in there! You're not allowing yourself to enjoy the food you love, and it will only make you want it that much more. Make smart lifestyle changes, one baby step at a time."


The brunette clearly takes a lot of care in ordering her food – so much that she captioned the video she posted on Twitter with a play on words: "New KHLO-C-D loves!!! You've been asking and I'm finally showing you what's in my fridge!!!"

"I was a mindless eater," Khloé recalls in her new book. "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."