Khloé Kardashian Reveals the Best Health Tips She’s Received from Kourtney: No Soda, All Organic Food

02/19/2016 at 03:21 PM ET

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Khloé Kardashian got some of her best health advice from within her own family.

The youngest Kardashian sister, 31, is sharing the best health tips she got from her older sister Kourtney in a new Khlo-Fit post on her website and app.

“Kourt is such a health freak, but I can appreciate someone who tries to live their life to such a high standard,” writes Khloé. “She’s totally turned her diet around after having kids and I can respect that!”

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Kourtney’s first tip is to not drink any soda.

“Kourtney does not allow soda in her house,” Khloé explains. “I do appreciate that and so I’ve been drinking way more water, but when I am craving a soda, I have to hide it from her, even in my own house!”

Kourtney, 36, also refuses to eat food that isn’t organic – something that Khloé sometimes struggles to do.

“I think it’s important to eat organic, but there are definitely times when I run to my local big-box store for groceries,” she says. “When that happens, Kourtney will straight-up look through my fridge and if she sees something that is not organic, she’ll give it away!”

While Kourtney has banned the use of microwaves in her house, that’s one rule Khloé can’t get behind.

“She got rid of hers, and wants me to heat up everything on the stove,” she says. “F— that! Who has the time?!”

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One thing Khloé fully embraces is eating Ezekial bread, which she explains is made without any added flavors.

She also has taken a cue from her older sister and stopped storing leftovers in plastic containers: “Plastic is a big no-no in Kourt’s eyes and I’m a total convert now,” says Khloé. “All my food storage containers are glass!”

Gabrielle Olya, @GabyOlya

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Janelle on

Way to go Khloe! Happy to see how she’s making so many positive changes to her lifestyle. While I can’t make all the changes she’s made, I can appreciate the hard work she’s putting in (and it shows)!

Ebee on

I guess she’s becoming scientifically illiterate like her sister.

Smooooth on

Khlozilla does not eat healthy food! Her pantry was nothing but junk food and u can’t say that’s for the kids. As for heating food up on the stove c’mon you have NOTHING but time. U don’t have a job, u don’t workout, a 30 yr old posing for selfies isn’t a job.

Pam on

LOL!!! Oh man. I almost hurt myself laughing at the ‘headline’ of the article (which I did not bother reading). Khloe couldn’t have sorted out for herself that soda is bad for you, and organic food is good for you? Oh brother!

bugsforever on

Interesting that the sister insist on an all-organic diet, but Khloe ingested so much alcohol anther mother’s recent birthday party that she “doesn’t remember 75%” of said party.
I trust it was organic booze.

whoa on

So now that Khlobacca is eating like Korky does that mean she will be talking slowly like Korky too.

ela on

I have to say DUUUUUUUHHHHH This is soooo dumb LMAO

Marc on

Just about anybody with the least bit of common sense could give you those nutrition tips!

jesse on

Columbus! LOL.

Anonymous on

Why no plastic

Emlow on

I’ve seen pictures of her organized pantry. It’s full of junk food.

Sarah on

Are Kit-Kats organic? If I remember correctly Kourtney recently posted a video on how she eats a Kit-Kat.

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