"I try and drink about 500mls in the morning and wait 30 minutes before eating," Kylie captioned a picture of her very large freshly juiced celery drink. She goes on to explain: "Celery contains high amounts of vitamin C and K, as well as folate and potassium, and studies show that celery plays a role in fighting and preventing cancer and liver disease, [reducing] inflammation and [boosting] cardiovascular health. Calms nerves, relieves migraines, and promotes weight loss."
But despite every celebrity and their dog swearing by these benefits, experts advise it's not all it's cracked up to be.
"There is currently no scientific evidence to suggest drinking celery juice will have any of the advertised health benefits. Whilst celery juice is safe to drink and can be part of a healthy diet, it is not the superfood it is made out to be," dietitian Natalie von Bertouch previously told Women's Health.
Adding: "With claims of curing autoimmune diseases, preventing cancer and alkalising your body celery juice sounds too good to be true! And unfortunately, when things sound too good to be true they often are. Celery juice is no different."
Next, the 21-year-old billionaire moves on to coffee which she makes with a vitamin and mineral packed creamer made with coconut milk. Jenner opts for a collagen beauty supplement that is designed to assist in the production of healthy skin, hair, and nails. Her pick is by Vital Proteins and can be shipped to Australia via Beautylish.
Finally, Kylie moves onto something a little more substantial. "Breakfasts are boring right now because I eat the same thing every day. 😩," she said.
As for her favourite foods, Kylie loves all things pasta and potatoes. In the past, she revealed, "my mum is obsessed with spaghetti. It's the first thing I learned to cook. I love potatoes; I'll make all different kinds of potatoes, like scalloped potatoes, mashed potatoes, candied yams."
This article originally appeared on InStyle.