Kourtney Kardashian responded to Kim Kardashian's comments about eating poop to look younger.

Well, Kourtney Chimed In On Kim's Poop-Eating Idea

Not this again.

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Kourtney Kardashian has officially joined the poop debate. After Kim Kardashian told The New York Times in June that she “might” consume human waste if it meant she would look younger, her sister has now revealed whether she would do the same. As it turns out, they have very different opinions when it comes to excrement-based anti-aging hacks.

“I would not do that,” Kourtney said in a Sept. 12 interview with The Wall Street Journal. “That’s where the line is.”

So that settles that. Kourtney wouldn’t go as far as her sister for beauty. In case you’re wondering where this poop discussion came from, Kim told The New York Times that she would “try anything” to prevent aging. “If you told me that I literally had to eat poop every single day and I would look younger, I might,” she said at the time. “I just might.”

Kim later clarified her poop-eating comments in a July 7 interview with Allure. “I was kind of joking, but now that I think about it, I would probably eat shit if someone told me, ‘If you eat this bowl of poop every single day, you’ll look younger,’” she said, before clarifying she’d only take a bite of poop. “I don’t think I can do a whole bowl.”

Although Kim told Allure she’s “at peace” with aging, she didn’t shy away from clarifying her passion for youthful beauty. I care. I really, genuinely care about looking good. I probably care more than 90 percent of the people on this planet,” Kim said, adding that she does daily laser treatments in order to maintain a youthful appearance.

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Now, though Kourtney is against the idea of eating poop, she’s already pretty serious about beauty, including her new vitamin brand, Lemme.

“Meet Lemme — my new line of vitamins & supplements that I created to become a divine, feel-good part of your everyday life,” Kourtney said in a Sept. 12 Instagram post. “We partnered with the best scientists and doctors to create the cleanest gummy vitamins and supplements — using clinically-backed ingredients and formulations that help you to live your best life. And of course, we made them so delicious you won't believe they're this good for you!”

Kourtney’s vitamin brand launches on Sept. 27 exclusively on lemmelive.com.