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This Is The Secret To Scoring Kim K's Body According To Her Nutritionist


It's no secret Hollywood's hottest celebrities have some of the best figures around.

But have you ever wondered what the stars actually do to maintain their camera-ready bodies?

Not too long ago, we gave you some insight on Khloé Kardashian's new non-dairy diet.

However, Khloé isn't the only Kardashian who's sticking to a strict meal plan these days.

It turns out Kim is also pretty careful about what she eats, and if you're wondering how she manages to keep her bangin' bod all year round, you might want to grab a pen and start taking notes.

I recently had a chance to talk with Kim's nutritionist, Colette Heimowitz, and get the skinny on how Kim uses nutrition to score her signature shape.

Apparently, Kim's nutritionist has her on the Atkins 40 diet.

Atkins has actually been around for a quite some time and is essentially a low-carb weight-loss plan that promotes efficient fat burning.

When it comes to the best diets for weight loss, Heimowitz told Elite Daily,

Check out the pictures below for a closer look at Kim's diet plan.

If you've seen one of the many scandalous photos posted by Kim Kardashian West... know she has one hell of a figure.

So how exactly does she maintain that impressive waistline?

Well, thanks to Kim's nutritionist, Colette Heimowitz, we have the answer.

Apparently, Kim is on the Atkins Diet. Heimowitz told Elite Daily her typical diet consists of a "lower-carbohydrate eating pattern that emphasizes high-fiber carbohydrates, healthy fats and an optimal protein intake."

She revealed Kim limits her net carb intake to 40g per day and eats somewhere "between 1,500 and 1,800 calories daily. Foods she avoids are sugar, cakes, crackers, white flour, white rice."

A typical day for Kim may entail eggs and ham for breakfast, followed by celery and peanut butter as a mid-morning snack...

Then tuna fish lettuce wraps for lunch, followed by veggies and hummus as an afternoon snack...

...and steak with mushrooms, broccoli and a small baked potato for dinner.

At the end of the day, it's not about dieting. The real secret to success is making long-term healthy lifestyle changes.