Kim Kardashian Tipped The Scale At 190lbs During Second Pregnancy And Ate Her placenta For Depression

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Kim Kardashian says she ‘almost died’ when she tipped the scales at 190 pounds at the peak of her second pregnancy.  

Kim Kardashian, 35-year-old says she has already lost 17 pounds of baby weight after giving birth to her son Saint on December 5. Kim Kardashian who shared the news during a live video stream via her app as she cooked a Chicago style pizza with Caitlyn Jenner. 

Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian never physically appeared on the live stream, her voice could be heard as she talked about getting back to her ideal weight of 120 pounds. Kanye West’s wife  claims she weighed in at 130 pounds before getting pregnant with her second child, but was only 124 pounds when she married her husband in 2014. With this second pregnancy she tipped the scales at 190, that means  Kim is now down to 173 pounds, due in part to breastfeeding and good dieting.

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During a live video stream she said: ‘I started off at 130. I gained 60lbs.That’s 190lbs. One… nine.. zero… I almost died’  

In the broadcast Caitlyn tells her former stepdaughter: ‘You are looking much better.’ ‘I am feeling much better,’ Kim replies.

Meanwhile, Kim recently revealed she has had newborn son Saint’s placenta made into pills which she takes daily in a bid to ward off postpartum depression.
Indeed, the reality star explained, she did the same after the birth of daughter North, and was thrilled with the results.

‘So, I’m really not this holistic person or someone who would have ever considered eating my placenta,’ admitted Kim on her website  ‘And when I say “eat my placenta,” I mean that I’m having it freeze-dried and made into a pill form not actually fry it like a steak and eat it (which some people do, BTW).’ ‘I thought, why not try it? What do I have to lose?’ wrote Kim. 

The star explained that some friends of hers inspired her, after crediting the pills with stopping them from developing postpartum depression.