From start to finish, what would be your ideal food day?
If it was an ideal day, I would have Bishi, which is this Armenian breakfast that my grandma taught me how to make – Khloe and I make it together – and probably turkey bacon and some berries. I think I would still go healthy on lunch and have the chopped salad from the Beverly Hills Hotel. It’s top secret; it’s not on the menu. And then what would be dinner? MaybeMastro’s Steakhouse. I’d have the pretzel bread, the cold crab legs, cream spinach and the butter cake for dessert.
How do you personally practice beauty from the inside out?
I definitely feel like beauty is also what you put inside your body, so I really take a lot of care with what I eat, and what I feed my kids. I just think it’s really important as a lifestyle. I do have indulgences now and then, but for everyday I usually always eat a certain way and drink a lot of water. I drink green tea with Manuka honey, and eat a lot of fruits and vegetables. I try to eat gluten-free and dairy-free, so it’s a mostly plant based diet. That’s my typical everyday.
The Manuka honey is part of what inspired you to become the new brand ambassador for the honey-based beauty line Manuka Doctor. Could you tell us more about that partnership?