Keeping Up with The Kardashians star Kim Kardashian has posed for nude photos for W magazine styled by conceptual artist Barbara Kruger. But Kim Kardashian’s pregnancy with baby North West inevitably took a toll on her famous body. Pregnancy weight gain is a curse that inflicts all women. Kim Kardashian is pursuing a post baby weight loss diet regimen full of healthy foods. A source told Star Magazine: “She has a chef making her fresh green juices of kale, celery, spinach, collard greens and cilantro. They make up 80 percent of her diet, and the other 20 percent consists of low-fat chicken and a light salad or steamed veggies.” The source told Star magazine that she is trying to eat 1200 calories a day.
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Foods that boost weight loss
With the right ratio of fiber in the diet, dieters can shed pounds quickly and keep the heart and digestive tract healthy and working properly. Fiber helps move unwanted waste out of the body to help decrease overall weight, remove harmful toxins that can cause bloating and tiredness, and can also help keep your heart in check. Your heart needs whole grains and enriched grains to help keep cholesterol in balance which can lead to a more efficient and healthier heart. Understanding that fiber and grains are necessary is a great step toward starting to eat healthy and truly change your diet. Some foods that are high in fiber are vegetables like greens and carrots, granola, whole grain cereals, and even whole grain bread for those bread lovers out there. Vegetables Veggies are a great way to help boost metabolism and clean out the system. Most vegetables, excluding things like potatoes, are low in carbs which means that they will not cause the body to create large amounts of sugars that settle in unwanted areas.
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