Inside her shocking rapid weight loss
Kourtney Kardashian may just very well be the tiniest Kardashian sister.
The 38-year-old reality star recently dropped a bombshell on fans when she revealed exactly how much she weighs. Not only did the number on the scale shock even her sister, Khloé Kardashian, but the mom-of-three proudly boasted that she’s now just 36 lbs., heavier than her 8-year-old son, Mason Disick.
Now, loyal followers are concerned Kourtney is taking her weight loss a little too far.
Kourtney Kardashian‘s weight is raising eyebrows.
The 38-year-old reality star spilled about her shockingly petite frame in a deleted scene from the Sunday, Feb. 18, episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. While catching up with sister Khloé Kardashian and family friend Simon Gebrelul over salads from her favorite health food restaurant, Health Nut, Kourtney’s weight came into question when she admitted she was “scared” she was going to melt during a particularly hot workout in the sun.
“You know she’s 97 pounds?” Khloé told Simon, who shook his head in disbelief.
“Guess what? I gained a pound,” Kourtney corrected. “I’m 98 pounds.”
“You know Mason is 62 pounds?” she then added, noting she’s only 36 pounds heavier than her 8-year-old son.
The pint-sized mom’s svelte figure previously raised concerns when opened up about her rapid weight loss to fans. After giving birth to her third child with Scott Disick in December 2014, she caused alarm among her followers when she revealed she weighed a surprising 116 pounds just four months after giving birth.
At the time, shut down her haters in the captions, writing: “I’m 5 feet tall, so everyone relax. I’m on a workout kick, trying to bring some Monday motivation.”
According to the body mass index, Kourtney’s weight is considered normal even at 98 pounds due to short height.
For Kourtney, she primarily sticks to a strict organic diet and avoids gluten, diary, and processed sugar as a way to maintain her weight. When she wants to detox, the mother-of-three intentionally goes without food for 14 to 16 hours — which she believes is “good for you” in the long run.
“I can go for 16 hours, but other days I just do 14 hours. Basically, this means I’ll have dinner at 6 p.m., then I won’t have breakfast until 8 a.m. or 9 a.m. the following day,” she wrote in a post about intermittent fasting on her app in January. “For this reason, I try not to eat heavy food late at night and try to wait 14 to 16 hours before having breakfast.”