Khloe Kardashian has recently revealed how she takes care of her emotional health. She also opened up about raising her daughter, appreciating her family, and her fitness journey, according to Health.

The 37-year-old reality star has made self-care a priority. Millions of people follow her on Instagram. She has always been candid that nourishing your emotional health is as important as your physical health.

Khloe told Health Magazine, “For me, it’s about practicing healthy habits on a daily basis. I have to think of it as a lifestyle rather than thinking I want to try this diet or some other thing someone was talking about.”

“I’m so over that stage in my life. It’s cliché, but it’s all about mind, body, and soul. If I am not mentally strong then I physically feel like I can’t do what I want to do. So, it is really not about the physical appearance. That’s a by-product. You can tell when someone is genuinely happy from the inside out,” she added.

The model also talked about how she takes care of her emotional health.

She said, “I turned to the gym when I was going through a divorce. At first your body is, like, dying. But emotionally and mentally, the release that I got was worth it. I quickly realized how good I feel when I’m consistent with it.”

“I also like to read books, and I love family time. I’m a hermit crab—my zodiac sign is a Cancer, and I’m very much a homebody,” she added. “I need my alone time. After my daughter goes to bed, I don’t want to be around people. I want to lie in bed and watch TV—that’s my recharge moment.”

Khloe also revealed that she quit yo-yo dieting to stay emotionally and physically fit.

She said, “I’ve actually always had a really unhealthy relationship with food. When I was younger and was sad, I would eat—I was an emotional eater. And then I hated the way I felt after that. I was almost punishing myself for binging or having a bag of chips—it just became so much thought. I had tried every diet under the sun.”

“Remember when Beyoncé did that lemon juice and cayenne pepper thing? I was like, sign me up! That’s why I yo-yoed my entire life—I was always chasing some fad,” she continued. When I started working out, I decided to make some lifestyle changes.”

“So I’d say, for example, this week I am just going to do one thing—I’m just going to cut out sugar,” she added. “Then, maybe I’d try to do it for a month. After that, I’d try to incorporate another healthy change.”