Khloe Kardashian: ‘I don’t care what weight I am,’ it’s ‘about me being healthy’


Khloe Kardashian covers the latest issue of Health Mag and she’s showing off her “revenge body” or whatever. This is Khloe’s brand now – health, exercise, fitness, self-love, revenge bodies and more. I kind of don’t hate it? I mean, if her brand has to be something, at least she’s being body-positive and encouraging people to take their fitness seriously. Of course, I also strongly believe that Khloe has augmented her body with the Pinocchio Butt (which she still half-heartedly denies), but that’s a conversation for a different time. Here are some highlights from her Health interview:

Why she became a gym rat: “I was going through my divorce, and I just really needed an outlet. I had turned to food and had an unhealthy relationship with food my whole life, and I was like, ‘Food has never helped me lose weight. So I joined Equinox, and I would go there and put my headphones on and get on the elliptical or the stairs, and no one would bother me or ask me questions because even at Starbucks, I would get the, ‘I’m sorry…’ I would watch the Real Housewives or something mindless, and I felt like all the stress I was under, all the paparazzi, I blocked out all that noise. I escaped there and as a byproduct, I started losing weight. Then I thought, ‘OK, i’m gonna call a trainer and Gunnar Peterson has been a family friend of ours.’ He changed my body.”

She doesn’t care about a number on a scale: “I don’t care what weight I am. It’s genuinely about me being healthy. I was never like, ‘I want to lose 30 pounds in 30 days.’ Trust me: I’ve done juice cleanses. I did the Master cleanse. Like, what would Beyoncé do? But it didn’t work for my body and my lifestyle.”

On her body vs Kim’s: “Kim can eat anything, and I’m like, ‘I hate you.’ The nutritionist was like, ‘Kim has a body like a Ferrari, and you have a body like a Honda.’ I was like, ‘Yep, that sounds about right. That’s my life—you just summed it up right there.’”

On if she thinks the idea of beautiful shape is changing: “With the Ashley Grahams of the world, it’s like a body revolution…. She’s so beautiful and confident—she glows from within. I love that this is a social change. I love that pop culture now has realistic body images for women to look up to, especially for kids.”

On why she calls her new line Good American: “America’s sweetheart used to be the blond, blue-eyed, perfectly poised young lady, and nowadays, it’s a badass melting pot, all different ethnicities, heights and colors…. Also, everything is done in the U.S.”

The reason her line goes from 00 to 24: “I love women of all shapes and sizes. I love empowering women, and I’m obsessed with confident women. For our campaign, I booked real women.”

Who’s the cook in your family: “Kylie and me. Kourtney is horrendous. I don’t think she knows how to scramble eggs.”

Khloé’s fitness advice: “I always say to set realistic goals, because then you don’t get discouraged. Do something, and then set a new goal from there. I don’t believe in a quick fix. I like making lifestyle changes.”

Her boyfriend Tristan Thompson. “I love athletes. Someone who has the same interests as me, who likes to work out, like that’s their hobby or their job, that’s fine. Tristan is who I’m into. He’s a little cutie.”

[From Health Mag]

Oddly, I feel the same way about weighing myself and I always have felt that way. I think that’s why I like Khloe’s current branding, because I feel like we have a similar outlook. I never weigh myself. I never set weight-related goals for myself. I know I’ve lost weight in the past few years, but I know that because my body feels and looks different and I feel stronger overall.

Now if we could only get Khloe to stop messing with her face.

Just chillin in my Good Americans

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Photo courtesy of Instagram, cover courtesy of Health Mag.

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  1. Saras says:

    Cocaine +plastic surgery = K dog

  2. Kitten says:

    …and I’ll just continue to LOL at body-positive messages coming from anyone in this (literally) plastic-ass family.

    • paolanqar says:

      Ahah exactly! She also forgot to say that she is all natural! And if with ‘natural’ she means that her body is full of stuff found on planet Earth she’s maybe right.

      The LOLz are amazing on this story. Chuckleville.

    • Mare says:

      Exactly! The editor of HEALTH magazine should be fired. Promoting a surgically enhanced, fat sucked out, waist trainer, botoxed body as healthy is just wrong.

  3. Anthi says:

    Sure honey, whatever you say, you don’t care about your weight, ok…

  4. sherry says:

    That butt is surreal.

    • vaultdweller101 says:

      Seriously. I bet she looks terrifying in person.

    • Lacia Can says:

      I saw some photos of her a few months ago. From the front she looked good, I have to admit. But they also had pictures of the back of her and she looked deformed. That butt is just ridiculously large. The more weight she loses the more outlandish her butt looks. She needs it deflated!

      I think she’s gone beyond the point of no return wrt her face. Her lips and eyes are wonky now. She’s in her early 30s, isn’t she? Awful that she’s done that to herself. I blame Kris.

  5. minx says:

    Yeah, she’s all about health.

  6. Gene123 says:

    Didn’t her boyfriends ex just have his baby

  7. Ayra. says:

    does your body qualify as healthy when you just move your fat to a different place?
    “I don’t believe in a quick fix” ahaha! Now, Khloe……

  8. QueenEllisabet says:

    Kim is a Ferrari….LMAO

    • Ariadne says:

      I know – that was my favourite bit too.

      Kim has the body of a highly modified dump truck

    • Dani says:

      She is! One of those 2012 models that D list rappers rent to use when they set up their pap outings with 16 year old girls a la Tyga.

  9. Aiobhan Targaryen says:

    First, That story about her and her Dr better not be true. If it is, I hope she stopped going to the doctor. I would have cursed him or her out and then immediately found someone new. Just because you are not dr, it does not give you the right to say abusive things to the patient in the name of health.

    Second, her message is actually a good one. The scale can be deceptive as your weight changes for so many different reasons: that time of the month, if you have eaten something before you weighed yourself, if you are dehydrated or sick etc. I usually can tell if I gained or lost weight by the way my clothes fit or measuring myself.

    I checked out her line on the company’s website and was shocked at the size range. I am glad more company’s are embracing various sizes. I won’t be buying anything from her because I absolutely refuse to wear skinny jeans for my own mental health and safety; I prefer flared jeans.

  10. thejordanriver says:

    Although I’m not the biggest fan of Khloe, I don’t mind what she’s said here (once you take out all the “likes”). I can relate to what she said about making lifestyle changes with food and exercise instead of quick fixes…She’s definitely messed with her face and butt, but it’s obvious that she’s transformed her body in the past year or so through working out.

  11. Shijel says:

    What lifestyle changes are those, Khloe? Switching champagne for cocaine?

    I mean, she definitely says all the right things in the interview. But yeah.

  12. Littlestar says:

    Peddling surgically altered bodies as “health and fitness” is grossly irresponsible, both on Khloe’s end and the magazine’s. Her body was transformed with surgery, not working out; she doesn’t even have any muscles, her quads are basically nonexistent and even her calves lack definition. Talking about loving your body when you altered it to fit a beauty trend is utterly ridiculous. All the Kardashians have bloated their lips, chests and backsides to look like living s*x dolls.

  13. African Sun says:

    Khloe is so full of it. We know she weighs herself, she just does not want to admit it.

    What about all those stories floating around saying she lost more than 20KG? Girl bye Khloe. Love the show and I like her at times but this whole I don’t weigh myself thing is bollocks.

  14. laur says:

    I see they shopped her lips to make them smaller… Ironic…

    She really needs to sort that fake arse out, she would look great if she just got rid of it. Nothing wrong with a NATURAL big behind because it suits its NATURAL body, but this stuck on nonsense is absurd.

    And Kim a Ferrari????? Maybe a Ferrari that’s been in a car crash.

  15. Lingling says:

    Her jeans don’t fit anyone who’s not built like a Kardashian. If they fit my legs the butt sagged and the waits was loose if they fit my waist I couldn’t pull them up. I have a stereotypical Chinese body and out of the 5 sizes I tried on it was a huge joke. I don’t know who those pants are cut to fit, but I will just have to continue to live and die by my old Navy low rise stretch skinny jeans. I’m yet to find anything better.

  16. A says:

    I wouldn’t mind the whole “I don’t care what weight I am it’s about me being healthy” line, if I haven’t also seen a lot of people say that as they spiraled into some decidedly unhealthy habits in the process.

    All in all, I don’t trust the whole, “It’s not about my weight, it’s about my health,” shift in culture. I say that as someone who went down that particular path, and found it just as obsessive and unhealthy in terms of body image as the old yo-yo dieting saga used to be. I know that people mean really well, and I appreciate that folks have understood how unhealthy the old methods of weight loss are, but for me, this was just the same sort of moralizing BS re-packaged into something new and shiny and it ultimately made me feel worse about myself for all the things I couldn’t be. It’s the same unforgiving culture, and there’s no amount of articles talking about how kale juice makes you feel good that’s going to change that.

  17. Rina says:

    The message of the interview is right on track. But c’mon Khole…who are we kidding? 🙄🙄🙄