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Kim Kardashian has gone into 'extreme dieting mode' for her wedding

22 April 2014, 09:35

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian has reportedly gone into "extreme dieting mode" in time for her wedding.

The 33-year-old reality TV star - who is following the high-protein Atkins diet - has banned any liquids apart from water entering her mouth in order to shift 2kg before her and her fiancé Kanye West's big day next month.

A source told OK! magazine: "She doesn't really drink, but she likes a glass of red wine with dinner and coffee in the morning but her Atkins mania won't allow her those anymore. She won't even have a sip."

The brunette beauty - who has already lost 22kg since giving birth to her daughter North last June - has been eating lean protein and green vegetables to help her achieve her slim physique.

However, she's terrified she'll slip off her diet plan, so she makes sure she has healthy snacks on hand at all times.

The source explained: "Her assistant has a bag of celery sticks with her at all times."

Meanwhile, Kim, who is set to tie the knot in Paris on 24 May, has recently upped her workouts to five times a week and has banned carbohydrates, including bread and pasta, from her house in order to avoid temptation.

An insider said previously: "She'll eat veggies, but no noodles, rice or bread. It shocks her body. It's the only way to get the weight off. She does 100 squats each morning to lift her booty."

- BangShowBiz


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