"My meals contain no grains, beans or legumes. For lunch and dinner, my meals are really clean and fresh whole foods," she wrote. "I'll eat chicken or fish with veggies and cauliflower rice and broccoli rice (no actual rice, but these substitutes are great, even if you're not detoxing). I've gotten really into chicken paillard served with spaghetti squash and salmon with roasted asparagus."
This meal strategy might seem intimidating to some, but Kardashian won't pretend it's an easy plan to follow.
"I'm not going to sugarcoat it, this detox is difficult. On fasting days, I try to stay busy and, if I'm home, I'll avoid going into the kitchen," she admitted. "For the rest of the days, if I'm hungry, I'll grab a handful of almonds—but I really try not to snack at all."
Before trying to keep your body in a state of ketosis, make sure to talk to your doctor first. Kardashian had muscle testing done that showed she had high levels of metals in her system, which is her motivation for detoxing in this way. That might not be best for everyone, though.
"Since I'm trying to detox the metals out of my system, my goal was to do this detox for 3 months," she said. "But, I also know that I need to enjoy my life, so I break the rules when I go on vacation or if there's a special occasion. And I'm okay with that!"
You heard it here first—even Kardashian cheats her diet every once in awhile.
This article originally appeared on InStyle U.S.