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Site Rubix: Khloe Kardashian's Risky Weight Loss Plan Revealed
2014-02-20 4:20am -08:00T Visit Site Rubix


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Khloe Kardashian has undergone a dramatic slimdown in recent months, but is the stress of heartbreak making her go too far? While Khloe’s dress sizes continue to drop, the number of people concerned about her overly stringent diet plan grows, with members of her inner circle worrying that Khloe may be avoiding her feelings by focusing on food. “Khloe’s doing morning fasting and doesn’t eat a single thing until around 2pm,” a Kardashian insider reveals to Heat magazine (via RadarOnline.com)....

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