The Good American founder spoke to Marie Claire to discuss her new activewear line, which accommodates sizes XS-4X, and made sure to point out that people of all sizes are beautiful.
“I want to promote a healthy lifestyle and I think that's also where people get things really confused," she said. "People think, 'Oh you have to be really skinny to mean that you're really healthy.' And that's something that Emma [her business partner] and I totally disagree with."
Despite applauding her sister for weighing 119 lbs., Khloé continued, "Not everybody wants to be a size zero, two, or four. Some people are very comfortable being a size 16 or a 22 and that's beautiful."
Adding, "I really hate when people emphasize skinniness with healthy. Because I know a lot of skinny people that are really unhealthy.”
Khloé and Kendall Jenner have been slammed by fans after some say they were glorifying anorexia when they commented on the "KKW Beauty" founder's weight loss. Fans also went ham on Kim, who they say seemed too excited to be called "anorexic."