Kourtney Kardashian has always been our favorite member of the Kardashian Klan (sorry, Kris), as she’s always been upfront and honest about everything from living with anxiety to highlighting the growing need for effective cosmetic reform.
And now, the Poosh founder (and working mother of three!) has gotten even more candid this month, as she recently opened to Health.com about everything from body positivity and diet, to how she incorporates self-care in her personal life.
Among some of the interview’s many gems starts with Kardashian’s approach to clean and healthy living, as she told Health she has made it a priority to select organic and gluten-free foods, wherever applicable. However, her non-toxic lifestyle also extends to being more environmentally-conscious, as she explained that she has gotten her household down to using boxed and glass products only.
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And while clean eating is top priority in Kardashian’s life, she said she still won’t prevent her from indulging in some treats here and there. “I definitely treat myself,” she told Health. “And [recently] Kim and I did a road trip, and we stopped at a gas station and raided it—Funyuns, mini doughnuts, Chex Mix.”
Of course, self-love and self-care is also a top priority for the eldest Kardashian sister, as she also shared with Health all the ways she manages anxiety. This includes working out, going to therapy regularly, attending church and surrounding herself with friends.
Additionally, Kourtney also stressed the importance of protecting her mental health by setting boundaries on how time she spends time on platforms. “I try to set boundaries because I notice how much better I feel when I’m not on it as much,” she said in the interview.
And when it comes to body positivity, this Kardashian is definitely all for it, as she recently posted a selfie showing off her stretch marks, which definitely received a positive reaction online. However, Kourtney admitted to Health that she’s always liked her stretch marks, and won’t shy away from sharing that part of herself. “I’ve had stretch marks since eighth or ninth grade on the side of my booty. I never cared about them—I like them,” she said.
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