Pregnant Khloe Kardashian Says She's 'Repulsed' By Meat

The reality star described meat as 'absolutely disgusting'
Khloe Kardashian Meat Free
Khloe is unsure how she will feel after she gives birth (Photo: Instagram)

Khloe Kardashian, of the ultra-famous Kardashian family, has revealed via blog post that she's cut out meat since becoming pregnant because she finds it 'disgusting'.

Diet change

The post - exclusive to subscribers to her app - described her diet before and after pregnancy.

She wrote: "Before pregnancy I really only ate chicken or turkey - no pork, red meat, most fish, lamb etc.

"But now I find meat absolutely disgusting, LOL."

Pregnant Khloe Kardashian
The star is due to give birth any day now (Photo: Instagram)

'Not by choice'

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star emphasized, however, that her change to 'somewhat of a vegetarian diet' was 'not by choice' – and is unclear on her plans going forward.

She added: "I wonder how I’ll feel about it after I give birth!"

While the reality-TV star's due date is coming up soon, for the time being she maintains that 'just looking at' meat makes her ‘nauseous’.

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