Kourtney Kardashian Claims Placenta Pills Are ‘Life Changing’

Kourtney Kardashian is not only celebrating the arrival of her third child, but also her newest addition to her daily routine: taking placenta pills.

Yes, you read that right. Kourtney Kardashian is not only going to be ingesting her own placenta now that she’s given birth to her third child, Reign Aston Disick, but she has also taken to social media to express her excitement.

According to Us Weekly, Kourtney Kardashian took to Instagram Saturday, January 10, to show off her placenta pills.

Kourtney Kardashian

“Yummy… PLACENTA pills! No joke… I will be sad when my placenta pills run out. They are life changing! #benefits #lookitup,” the Kardashian captioned the photo.

This isn’t the first time a Kardashian has brought up eating a placenta. In fact, according to Mirror, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian both stated in 2013 that they would be happy to eat each other’s placenta!

“Why would you not take it?” said Kourtney. “I want to have a third child just to eat the placenta.”

While some reported benefits of a mother eating her placenta, include helping with post-natal depression, alleviating mood, pain and also increasing energy levels, that doesn’t mean everyone agrees with the practice. Just check out what some of the Twitter world had to say about Kourtney eating her placenta.

@sugarscape do you mean WTF! instead of “yummm”! ugh I cant believe this.. eewwwww!

— Gabriella luvsblue (@LoveU2theHalo) January 11, 2015

@sugarscape: Oh yummm, Kourtney Kardashian as been eating her own ‘afterbirth’. Yes, her placenta pic.twitter.com/Z5ljBCKR2L” that’s disgusting — Seth Lion (@yoloSwaggiins) January 11, 2015

While there are many who seem grossed out by the idea of Kourtney eating her own placenta, there are many that agree with the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star. According to Hollywood Life, a woman’s placenta is rich in iron and other nutrients that can be very beneficial.

So what do you think? Is Kourtney Kardashian “crazy” for eating her own placenta, or is it perfectly natural? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.

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