Khloé Kardashian has just come back from a once-in-a-lifetime journey with sister Kim and her rapper husband Kanye West to Armenia, but she made sure to keep up her health and fitness regime throughout her trip. The 30-year-old revealed that she uses vitamin supplements and to keep up her healthy lifestyle, sharing a photo of Instagram of the pills packed and ready to go ahead of her travels.
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"OCD hits hard when I travel! Vitamin party!!!!" she captioned the photo of a system of labelled clear plastic bags with her vitamin supply for each day.
"Note to the ones who ALWAYS have something to say," she continued. "I save the Ziploc bags. And no I don't have a pillbox because for all the pills I take, the pill box is large and bulky. This is a space saver for ME and if you save the bags who cares what container I put MY vitamins in. Damn yall are the most negative people at times.
"Shout out to my loves who are here to spread love! It's just a picture you guys. Maybe I have a chill pill in one of these ziplocs for you negative Nancy's. Not sure if you knew this but the days of the week are the same every single week so you're able to reuse the Ziploc bags. Mind blown!!!!! Lol."
Khloé Kardashian shared photos of her trip on Instagram
The Keeping up with the Kardashians star also revealed that despite suffering from jet lag when she first arrived in Armenia, she was determined to stay in shape and found some time in her packed schedule to hit the gym. "Jet lag won last night!" she wrote alongside a selfie of herself working out. "I even tried to tire myself out but still couldn't sleep. Who needs sleep when you're in Armenia anyways!!"
It's been a particularly poignant trip for the reality TV star, whose late father, lawyer Robert Kardashian was a third-generation Armenian American. Kim and Khloé's emotional visit also comes ahead of the 100th anniversary of the tragic Armenian genocide on 24 April, and the sisters paid tribute visiting the country's capital Yerevan's landmarks as well as visiting the genocide memorial to lay down flowers.