Kim Kardashian knows how to stir her Twitter fans’ imagination. The reality TV star posted a sexy picture of herself wearing black lingerie and knee-high boots. According to US Weekly, the sexy brunette credits the gluten-free diet for her hot body.
Women have more reasons to envy Kim Kardashian who is not only rich and famous, but she is also the possessor of an enviable body. The star proved this by posting a sexy picture on her Twitter account on Friday. The image revealed a Kim Kardashian that we haven’t seen in a while, that is, the E! star was wearing black bondage-like lingerie, knee-high leather boots and leather gloves.
As if the outfit itself was not enough to draw millions of Instagram followers in the blink of an eye, the Kardashian sister adopted an alluring pose to look even sexier. The 31-year-old star was kneeling on a white chair allowing everyone to see her world-famous posterior. Judging by the reality TV star’s blonde hair, we may infer that the photo was made several years ago because Kim has had her hair dyed black in the past months.
Kim, however, seems to have used this photo in order to draw her fans’ attention on another aspect besides her sexy image. The “Keeping Up With The Kardashian” star used the lingerie pic to suggest people that they should adopt the gluten-free diet if they want a sexy body like hers. She posted the message “Gluten free is the way to be” underneath the picture and later on, added that she feels bored.
Kim Kardashian is not the only celebrity who has tested the gluten-free diet. Miley Cyrus, too, has recently stated that she gave up eating products containing gluten and benefitted from numerous positive changes in her body and her mind. On April 9, she tweeted that people should go gluten free for at least a week and they will soon understand how amazing this diet is for their bodies.
Doctors, on the other hand, contradict the two celebrities. In their opinion, gluten is a necessary protein for our bodies and this type of regimens should be used only by people with gluten-related disorders.