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The Collective Goal

To follow Kim Kardashian West’s post-pregnancy diet-here are the entire seven-day meal plan and recipes -or, at least, eat less than 40 net carbs (carbs minus fiber) a day à la Kim K.W.

Hillary’s Initial Thoughts

Kim Kardashian West seems like a very disciplined lady and a very results-oriented person, so the thought of kicking off my pre-wedding shape-up plan with a week of following her Atkins 40 diet seemed like a no-brainer. It appeared both precise- five cherry tomatoes in a salad precise-but also relaxed enough that if push came to shove, you could just eat five ounces of a protein of your choice and add green, leafy vegetables. There are lots of ways to do this diet, but for me it was important to try to take a little bit from the Whole 30 way of eating and stick to mostly eating whole foods (meaning nothing processed or made with additives, except for a daily Atkins Harvest Bar) I make myself. -Hillary Kerr, co-founder, Clique Media Group ( Who What Wear, Byrdie, MyDomaine, Obsessee)

Faith’s Initial Thoughts

You’d think that after a very surprising and somewhat invasive end to my time getting Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorite detox treatment, I might want to swear off celeb-approved experiences for a while. Call me a masochist or just bored, but Kim K.W.’s post-pregnancy diet beckoned me, slyly whispering, What would Kim do? Maybe it’s because my own diet consists of whatever is offered on UberEats for lunch and copious amounts of tacos for dinner (I live above one of the best taco spots in L.A., which seems to indicate that the universe either loves or hates me), but I was ready for a refresh. As someone who doesn’t cook at all, I was both excited and nervous to embark on a diet that would require me to actually touch a spatula. My goal? A diet reset, and perhaps a few healthy dishes to add to my belt. – Faith Xue, editorial director, Byrdie

Hillary’s Experience

My favorite food group is pizza, followed closely by bread and ice cream, so the thought of a low-carb diet was a little intimidating/nerve-racking, frankly. Also, I loathe breakfast-both the typical foods associated with it and eating in the morning, period-so the fact that this diet meant I’d have to get up early to make and eat it every day? Well, it was daunting, to say the least. My first breakfast felt like a tremendous amount of food: two eggs scrambled with heavy cream and cheddar cheese, two pieces of turkey bacon, 4 ounces of full-fat Greek yogurt, and 1/3 cup of blueberries. (Coffee was allowed-I typically drink black, but apparently I could have added half-and-half or heavy cream to it, if I’d wanted.) I had to force myself to eat it all, and as a girl who loves to eat, this was a very unusual feeling. That said, I was stuffed, but not sleepy, until 1 p.m. that day, which was amazing.

Standout meal: It’s actually a snack, specifically an Atkins Harvest Trail Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar. It’s delicious and only has 4 net carbs-hooray! [Editor’s Note: This product has been discontinued.]

Faith’s Experience

Byrdie’s beauty director, Deven, very graciously offered to help me grocery-shop for my week ahead-which was lucky for me, because the whole process took over an hour, and afterward, I felt like I had just run a marathon (or in my case, walked up a particularly long flight of stairs). I eyeballed the seven-day meal plan Atkins provided and knew off the bat I would not be making 90% of the recipes, fully understanding the limits of my own motivation and cooking prowess (e.g., zucchini noodles with chicken sausage weren’t happening, mainly because I only discovered what a spiralizer was a few weeks ago). But there were a few recipes that seemed fairly straightforward and simple, so I decided those would be my go-tos for the week.

I was too exhausted to meal-prep after grocery shopping (how do people do this every week?!) and woke up an hour-and-a-half earlier than usual to make breakfast-two eggs with melted gouda and heavy cream, two pieces of turkey sausage, and 4 ounces of Greek yogurt with 1/3 cup of fresh blueberries-and dinner, which was basically just grilled chicken and asparagus. As someone who considers coffee a perfectly adequate first meal, this was a lot to consume and prep first thing in the morning. But I enjoyed every bite.

Standout meal: Breakfast. Anything with melted cheese on it wins in my book.

Hillary’s Experience

My alarm went off an hour earlier than usual because that’s how long it takes for me to prep lunch and make/eat breakfast. Grilling a turkey burger first thing in the morning is weird, but I did it and whipped up the Akins-approved recipe for chipotle aioli to go with said turkey burger, which I planned to eat for lunch in a spinach salad. Overall I felt good, but a little cranky due to the drastic reduction of carbs in my normally carb-y, carb-y diet. Also I found myself feeling full, often, but not as stuffed as I do when eating more carbs. I also had this sort of phantom hunger; I was technically satiated by all the food, but I was also not having that cozy feeling you get from carbs, if that makes any sense? That said, the turkey-burger lunch situation was good enough to keep in my normal repertoire, even after this diet stops.

Standout meal: Turkey burger with chipotle aioli, tomato, and pickled onions over greens. Note: I am not interested in using sugar substitutes, so I skipped making the xylitol-pickled onions and swapped out the tomato slice for five cherry tomatoes.

Faith’s Experience

Breakfast had definitely been the most filling meal of the day so far (which is my own fault for not attempting something more ambitious for lunch and dinner), but day two was more difficult than day one for one reason alone: I went to a soccer game with my boyfriend after work. Sporting events should basically be renamed carb fests, and it took all my resolve not to cave and order a hot dog or rip the burrito from the hands of the unassuming man sitting in front of me-the one oozing with cheese and seductively taunting me (the burrito, not the man). I had made the Atkins-approved chicken and asparagus for dinner, but it didn’t satiate my hunger whatsoever. Miracles of miracles, I managed to resist temptation before rushing home and sleeping to avoid my growling stomach.

Standout meal: The makeshift tuna lettuce cups I had for lunch, solely because they took zero prep time and all of one minute to put together.

Hillary’s Experience

Okay, no joke, this was a lot of cooking-and I like to cook. I started withtwo scrambled eggs with cheese and two breakfast sausages, and then I sautéed a chicken paillard to put on my (now) daily spinach salad with five cherry tomatoes. Do you know why I stuck to this? Because KALE HAS WAY MORE CARBS IN IT-how crazy is that? Seriously: A 1/2 cup of kale has like three net carbs while a 1/2 cup of spinach only has about one. Also, cherry tomatoes are carbs, hence my counting of them each day. I had no idea about this, or that blueberries have tons of carbs. I know nothing, apparently; I am the Jon Snow of carb awareness. Okay, to be honest, after lunch… things went off the rails.

I had a long-standing plan to host a dinner party, and I for sure ended up drinking all the wine, which is 1000% NOT on the Atkins 40 plan. And I might have eaten some homemade strawberry ice cream, which is also NOT Atkins-approved. Kim would have stayed away from the temptation-like she did on the Fourth of July when she didn’t go out, so as to not tempt herself with non-Atkins foods, which I know because I follow her on Snapchat like the rest of America-but I am no Kardashian, obviously. My inner Virgo was annoyed, but I resolved to get back on the proverbial Atkins train the next day. (Note: This is the only time I cheated on this diet. Then I extended said diet for an additional full seven days, during which I followed it flawlessly-my penance for my booze sins.)

Faith’s Experience

I woke up in the morning feeling excited and accomplished for prepping the overnight oats with strawberry that I would be having for breakfast… only to open my refrigerator and be greeted by a soggy-looking bunch of oats topped with at least an inch of water. Apparently, I had bought the wrong oats. Luckily, the net carb count was equivalent to that of the rolled oats I was supposed to use (which I discovered thanks to the handy Atkins app, my lifesaver and admonisher for the week), so I improvised, cooked them over the stovetop instead, and topped them with the requisite amount of strawberries. Crisis averted. Later, I had plans to get dinner with a group of girls and became one of those people when I asked the waitress, “Which entrées are carb-free?” I primly ate my burrata salad while everyone else chowed down on pizza, and then drowned my tears in a spicy margarita-only to enter it into my Atkins app and find out it was over 10 net carbs. Is there no mercy?! I shrieked, before promptly ordering two tequila sodas (which Colette Heimowitz, the VP of nutrition at Atkins, had told me would be allowed in moderation-I chose to ignore the moderation part) and muttering about net carbs as my friends looked on with growing alarm.

Standout meal: For lunch, I had ordered a dressing-free tuna niçoise salad from a restaurant by the office and entered every ingredient into my Atkins app to make sure I didn’t exceed my approved net carb amount. Oh, and the spicy margarita soothed my soul before promptly shattering it, so I’ll call that out as a standout, too.

Hillary’s Experience

Okay, I had sinned, but I was getting back on the righteous path, even though I knew that it would take me at least 24 to 36 hours to potentially get back into fat-burning mode due to the previous night’s drinking. Ugh. It’s Saturday, so I started the weekend off by making anegg casserole, to which I added some cut-up breakfast sausages I’d already cooked. Instead of using egg whites, I used whole eggs, and I didn’t cook it for the full time in the recipe. I’m not usually one for frittata-style things, but it was pretty good, thanks to the surplus of hatch chilies. I accidentally ate half of the egg casserole, which I later realized was two servings. It’s fine, though, because I was so stuffed (and had woken up late enough) that I didn’t want or eat lunch. That said, the Atkins team does NOT recommend skipping meals, so do as I say, not as I do.

Standout meal: Hatch green chile, egg, and cheese bake, especially when embellished with some pre-cooked breakfast sausage slices.

Faith’s Experience

Oh, weekend-you sweet, sweet foe. The only body part that ever sees any consistent activity on the weekend is my thumb, which has become quite strong and skilled from scrolling through Postmates’ latest offerings. I woke up in a somewhat groggy haze (thanks to my friend/foe tequila) and vowed to be better: I resolutely cooked breakfast and made the usualeggs, turkey bacon, yogurt, and blueberry combination. I was heading to KCON (a huge event celebrating Korea, land of bibimbap and K-pop) that day and hoping to find a carb-free, Atkins-approved, and still delicious option for lunch. Instead, I ate a sushi taco. Because how can you resist a sushi taco?! I felt only vaguely guilty and offset it by cooking an Atkins-approved pesto salmon dish for dinner.

Standout meal: Pesto-topped salmon with caesar salad. I cooked it for two of my friends, as well, and they applauded my efforts. Is this what it feels like to be a good hostess? Do they still make aprons that say “hostess with the mostest,” and should I buy one for myself? (No.)

Hillary’s Experience

Standout meal: Zucchini noodles with spicy chicken sausage, which was so easy and fast that it almost felt like cheating. Weird fact: Garlic has 1 carb per clove, which shocked me because I love garlic and usually double the amount in any given recipe. Watching my garlic intake on this diet felt mean, cheap, and rude, but I did it.

Faith’s Experience

The end was near. I had oats and strawberries for breakfast, then an Atkins bar (surprisingly delicious) and leftover salmon pesto for lunch. My roommate made catfish for dinner, which I gladly chowed down on, trying to avoid the rice that came with it-I only half succeeded. I rewarded myself for not going totally off the rails with an Atkins Peanut Butter Cup (which is supposedly a favorite of Kim’s as well).

Standout meal: Not a full meal, but those peanut butter cups are good and, more importantly, only 1 net carb!

Hillary’s Experience

First of all, I am proud to say that I stuck to this diet completely and never ate more than 37 net carbs in a single day. (Well, except for that day I fell off the Atkins wagon and into a bottle of rosé.) I also felt like today was a good day to treat myself, and I did so by making a dish I’ve seen in Kim’s Snapchat: faux mac and cheese. Obviously noodles are not involved; instead it’s cauliflower, which is perhaps my least favorite vegetable, due to overexposure as a kid and the fact that I think it smells like farts. That said, thanks to the high levels of cheese, I was super into this recipe, which felt very decadent. Served with a grilled chicken breast, it made me feel vaguely virtuous and also like I was eating kids’ food, in a good way.

Standout meal: Cauli mac and cheese, doctored up with additional mustard, garlic, and hot sauce.

Faith’s Experience

It’s my birthday, and I’ll eat carbs if I want to… That was the tune I hummed to myself all day. Sure, I technically had a full 24 hours left of my diet, but it was my birthday, and I had a small cupcake colony on my desk asking for my attention. The craziest thing, however, was the fact that I didn’t find myself craving them or really even tempted by them at all. Had I successfully weaned my body off of carbs? I felt quite pleased with this thought and beamed all the way to dinner with my boyfriend-where I had a delicious truffle pasta. Oops.

Standout meal: Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels-except for the ricciarelle al tartufo at Giorgio Baldi.

Hillary’s Experience

I had this Atkins thing on lock at this point: yogurt, pecans, blueberries for breakfast, one of the Atkins Harvest Bars for a snack, a spinach salad with five cherry tomatoes, five ounces of turkey burger or grilled chicken, and a tablespoon of aioli as salad dressing for lunch, two celery stalks and one tablespoon of peanut butter for an afternoon snack, zoodles with spicy chicken sausage for dinner. I pretty much could do this with my eyes closed by now, especially with the help of the app, which was great. It was a fair amount of work, but planning ahead made everything easier and better, and when in doubt, I knew that I could always order a chicken Caesar salad, no croutons, and call it a day. I hadn’t been following the exact meal plan (mostly because I don’t love making fish at home, and it included a fair amount of it), but had been sticking to the exact daily carb count and approximate calorie count. I was worried all this dairy-heavy cream and cheese, specifically-would mess with my pimple-prone skin, but it was clear, and on top of that, I was sleeping well. Cooking dinner without a glass of wine in my hand was a little sad, but I adjusted to it better and faster than I would have imagined.

Faith’s Experience

Wait, I had to do this for a seventh day? (Seriously, though-the diet plan only had six days, so I thought I was off the hook.)

Hillary’s Final Thoughts

My overall takeaway is that this diet is great if you want to lose some weight without feeling hungry, pretty much ever. The app is an essential tool and makes things very easy to record and track. The recipes are a little hit or miss-they’re not always very well written, and I would love to spend a week on chúng tôi fixing everything-but they pleasantly surprise me more often than not. The whole plan is educational, too, and I’m astonished to learn how many carbs are in things I love, like kale. The first few days were a little overwhelming because I was cooking so much and so many different things, but then I started to settle into having a few go-to recipes, and that made it easier.

A week into this, I still hated eating breakfast and was not very hungry in the morning, but I realized what a difference it makes in my overall mood, and am pretty sure I’m going to keep eating it, going forward. I also realized that having a morning snack and an afternoon snack is brilliant, though I feel like a kid with my celery and peanut butter every day. I haven’t missed sweets or sugar as much as I thought I would, which is interesting.

Faith’s Final Thoughts

Following any sort of diet for a full week is a testament to your willpower and discipline, two things I greatly lack when it comes to food choices. However, forcing myself to grocery-shop and meal-prep gave me a sense of accomplishment I hadn’t felt since the time I tried to order free doughnuts off Postmates so many times that the system crashed and the team there offered me a 20% coupon code as an apology. I will say that I loved the Atkins app-it made everything so easy in terms of keeping track of your carbs and helped the diet feel more like a fun(ish) game instead of a thing of drudgery. Plus, I brushed up on my cooking-well, placing things in the oven-and can move forward with life knowing that I am capable of providing food for myself and others if times turn dire. Plus, halfway through the diet, I weighed myself just for kicks and found I had lost three pounds-water weight, obviously, but a small victory I can think of when I’m tempted by a baked good on occasion. Yes, I cheated, and yes, it felt damn good to do so, but I left the diet more aware of the effect foods have on my body and with a newfound respect for Mrs. West.

Feeling hungry? Check out Kim Kardashian West’s full seven-day meal plan, courtesy of Atkins.

Would you try the Atkins diet? See when happened when one Byrdie editor ate like Bella Hadid for a week.

Kim Kardashian Food Diary: What I Eat In A Day

The reality star breaks down her high protein diet for PEOPLE

1,700 Calories, 64 Ounces of Water and Not Many Carbs: What Kim Kardashian West Eats in a Day

Kim Kardashian West has been adhering to the Atkins 40 diet to drop her baby weight after giving birth to son Saint in December, sticking to a daily intake of no more than 1,800 calories.

Also following a strenuous workout plan, Kardashian West has already dropped her 60 lbs. of pregnancy weight, and hopes to get down to her goal weight of 120.

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“Anyone who has had kids knows your body changes, and it’s hard to get your body back in shape,” Kardashian West, 35, tells PEOPLE. “It takes so much determination, and mental and physical power and energy.”

WATCH THIS: See What Kim Kardashian Eats in a Day

Check out her daily food logs below, and pick up the new issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday, to read more about her diet.

Hydration48-64 ounces of liquids a day

DAY ONEBreakfastScrambled eggs with turkey sausage and smoked Gouda4 oz. Greek yogurt with 1/3 cup fresh blueberries

SnackAtkins Harvest Trail Dark Chocolate Cherry and Nuts Bar

LunchGrilled lime chicken over spinach salad with a feta-ranch dressing

Snack1 medium carrot and 4 tbsp. hummus

DinnerLemon thyme halibut with sautéed green beans

Total Calories: 1,504

DAY TWOBreakfastChicken chorizo and cauliflower sauté with cheese and salsa

Snack½ small apple2 oz. cheddar cheese

LunchTurkey burger with chipotle aioli, tomato, pickles and onions

SnackAtkins Harvest Trail Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Bar

DinnerSlow roasted lemon rosemary chicken with asparagus1/3 cup of wild rice

Total Calories: 1,561

DAY THREEBreakfastHatch green chili, cheese and egg bake with arugula1/8 of a honeydew melon

SnackVanilla coffee frappe

LunchZucchini noodles with spicy chicken sausage

SnackAtkins Harvest Trail Vanilla Fruit and Nut Bar

DinnerGrilled chicken with cauliflower mac and cheese

Total Calories: 1,699

‘I Tried Kim Kardashian’s Diet For Two Weeks, And The Results Weren’t What I Expected’

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What happens when you eat and exercise like celeb royalty for a fortnight? One writer investigates…

Words by Lamya Tilmatine

Kim Kardashian has been on a fitness mission of late and, frankly, has never looked better.

I decided I wanted in.

Let’s get one thing straight from the off; I am not trying to ‘get’ a body like Kim’s, nor do I endorse her stance on Instagram marketing and promoting certain lollipops.

However, I have definitely seen her eating slices of cake and McDonald’s as well as a variety of nutritious meals, showing that she must have a well-balanced outlook on food.

I looked into her diet plan and found out that she was following the Atkins 40 diet and getting great results at a healthy rate. Her trainer Alcantara explained to People that it’s all about clean eating and strength training.

Who is it for?

People who want to lose weight or those that just want a healthier lifestyle and reign in their intake simple carbohydrates.

What is the Atkins 20/40 Diet?

There are two options: Atkins 20 or Atkins 40, and the numbers are the total net carbohydrates you can have in a day, with 20 being stricter on the carb intake but quicker in weight-loss in comparison to 40.

The science behind the diet is quite simple: eating foods that are high in carbohydrates makes your body produce more glucose and insulin. Glucose is your body’s first point of energy that it uses, leaving stored fat just that, stored fat. Make sense?

So, the decreased intake of carbs means your body is pushed to burn fat for fuel hence the weight loss. Still with me?

Is it the same as the Ketogenic diet?

There are similarities in the beginning as your low carb diet means that your body goes into Ketosis but after that, you’re allowed to increase levels of healthy carbs in your diet which essentially means ketosis will decrease too.

What you can eat on Atkins 20 and 40

Poultry, seafood, dairy (like yoghurt and cheese), vegetables (particularly your greens), healthy fats from nut and seeds, avocados, almond/olive/coconut oil.

Also, you do eat carbohydrates though from healthier sources like legumes, whole grains and fruits, but all under a net total of 20g/40g depending on what you choose to do.

I opted for Atkins 40 as it’s recommended to those who want to shift a smaller amount of weight. If it works for Kimmy (who isn’t a stranger to a treat or two) then I’m game.

The workout

I’ve always been a bit of a gym bunny but have never gotten the right cardio/strength training ratio to create the muscle definition I want. I tend to do more of one or the other, which means I get quite slim without any definition or I bulk up (sad emoji).

So I got myself a personal trainer, explained my fitness goals: defined arms, firm abs and strong hamstrings. Some people love morning workouts as it boasts optimum fat burning but I’d rather the extra 2 hours in bed and workout in the early evening.

Keep scrolling to see what it’s like eating like Kim Kardashian for two weeks – will I get the results or will it just be another fad diet?

The meal plan

Below is what I ate during the first week of the plan, following a similar approach in week two.


Breakfast: poached eggs with spinach and a drizzle of olive oil.

Lunch: grilled chicken, broccoli, spring onions, spinach, kale and homemade chilli sauce.

Dinner: baked salmon with a grilled vegetable medley.

Snacks: coffee with cinnamon, turmeric tea x2 and six almonds.


Breakfast: ‘Noatmeal‘ – made with almond flour and shredded coconut with a spoon of peanut butter.

Lunch: one boiled egg, sliced cucumbers, sweet corn, red peppers, green olives, rocket salad with turmeric and a teaspoon of olive oil.

Dinner: Grilled chicken breast seasoned with Moroccan herbs and spices, grilled onions, peas and green peppers.

Snacks: Celery, six almonds, two cups of tea and two litres of water.


Breakfast: I had no time to cook so I boiled an egg with one Weetabix biscuit along with organic almond milk and coffee.

Lunch: one boiled egg, sliced cucumbers, beetroot, olives, spinach, green peppers topped with cashew nuts and a slice of avocado.

Dinner: cod fillet with homemade parsley sauce, cauliflower mash, leafy rocket salad. Yum!

Snacks: Nak’d bar, coffee, turmeric tea, English breakfast tea. And of course, a lot of water!


Breakfast: one poached egg on a bed of spinach with an apple, celery, cucumber, mint and kale smoothie.

Lunch: Tuna salad with mixed leaves, olives, onions and beetroot.

Dinner: Cod fillet with mushroom and broccoli

Snacks: Nak’d bar, turmeric tea, six almonds, red pepper slices.

Already, I train five to six times a week – the ideal to see a real difference – and after a week my legs feel more defined, my core feels stronger but my arms are a bit slow at catching up.


Breakfast: Mini coconut pancakes with peanut butter and coffee.

Lunch: Chicken and broccoli soup.

Dinner: Cod fillet with peas and a mixed cabbage salad topped with homemade mayonnaise.

Snacks: Turmeric tea, six almonds and a slither of cake (I caved).

The weekend was more of the same but with Nutella pancakes for brunch on Sunday (cheeky I know).

Some may argue that the rotation of protein based meals can be boring, but I found that having a structure to start with was much easier to follow, especially with a hectic work schedule.

The verdict

I’ve realised that Kim’s diet has the same principles of a keto diet; Ketosis does occur, but at a healthier pace that I found more sustainable. She allows for oatmeal pancakes and the odd treat.

But, as seen on her Instagram account, her diet mainly consists of protein in the form of chicken and fish, accompanied by an array of vegetables. I found this hard at first so I made my meals richer in protein where I could.

Results so far? I’ve lost two pounds – but, more importantly, my sugar cravings have all but completely gone. This approach gets the thumbs up from me.

Kim Kardashian Puts Kanye West On A ‘Daddy Diet’ Ahead Of The Birth Of Their Third Baby

KIM Kardashian wants husband Kanye West to be on top form when their third child is born by surrogate early next year – so she’s put him on a ‘daddy diet

Kardashian insiders tell The Sun Online that Kanye is on a new eating and exercise regime – by order of his wife – and is expected to get his six pack back by Christmas.

“Kanye’s had a very tough year, and he loves comfort food like mac and cheese, fried chicken, cheese burgers and home fries,” says our insider.

“Since his tour was cancelled and he’s in the studio all the time now, working, he’s not as active.

“But Kim wants him on top form for when their third baby arrives in January – she says with three kids to run around after, they’ll both need to be fitter than ever.

“She doesn’t want to put extra pressure on him, but she wants him to be feeling his best for the challenges of being a dad to three children.”

The insider adds: “Kim is an expert on diets and lifestyle at this stage – nothing she hasn’t consulted experts on, so she knows the effect diet and working out have not just on the body but on the mind too.

“She has never looked better, and life is going pretty good for her these days – and now it’s all about the new baby and the next chapter in life. She needs Kanye full of energy.

“So Kanye’s on a ‘daddy diet’ – or ‘lifestyle change to promote wellbeing’ – will see him work out three times a week, increasing to five times a week within six weeks.

“It’s going to start early in the morning when his trainer comes to the house, and it’ll be cardio and muscle conditioning.

“He’ll get his six pack back by Christmas.

“In terms of diet, he can’t cut out carbs like Kim did when she lost the weight after having Saint, because he’ll be working out so hard, so it will be a paleo-inspired diet created by Kim’s nutritionist.

“At the start, all his comfort foods are off the list – the family chef has been warned not to break the diet. Plus Kanye tends to get take out delivered to the office or studio when he’s working – and that’s also banned now.”

Kanye’s made no secret of his love for food over the years – Kim once cooked him a special birthday ‘soul food’ meal featuring fried chicken, sweet potato soufflé, green beans, mac and cheese and brownies for dessert.

Kanye is often pictured eating ice cream, too – but that’s off the menu now as well.

In 2015, Kim revealed that Kanye once lost it with her trainer and ordered the fitness expert to help Kim lose more weight.

The row kicked off when Kanye told Kim’s trainer to get her “down to 120lbs” and the trainer refused.

“She [the trainer] was like, no way, I can’t imagine you 15 pounds lighter,” said Kim. “And Kanye’s like ‘Wait a minute, you are the trainer and you’re telling me you can’t imagine her 15 pounds lighter?’

“So [Kanye said] we need to get another trainer then, because if I tell you that she needs to lose weight in between her toe[s] you are going to figure out a f***ing toe weight.”

Kim and Kanye’s surrogate is due in January – something Kim recently confirmed on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

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