Kourt­ney Kar­dashian is liv­ing her best life (with her hottest bod ever!) at age 39.

Eat your heart out. Scott and Younes! The fit and fab re­al­ity star is of­fi­cially the sex­i­est Kar­dashian sis

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Talk about a re­venge body! Thirty-nine-year-old mo­mof-three Kourt­ney Kar­dashian is in the best shape of her life, and she’s worked very hard to get there. “I be­lieve we have one life to live, and I would like to live it feel­ing my best,” says the Keep­ing Up With the Kar­dashi­ans star and sin­gle mom, who shares kids Ma­son, 8, Pene­lope, 6, and Reign, 3, with ex Scott Disick and re­cently split with 25-year-old model Younes Bend­jima. To get ex­tra lean, clean-eat­ing Kourt­ney, who lim­its her gluten and dairy in­take, went on the pop­u­lar Keto diet, stick­ing to three low­carb meals a day that are high in pro­tein and healthy fats (see box at right). “It was a really pos­i­tive ex­pe­ri­ence for me,” says Kourt­ney, who ad­vises fol­low­ers to check with their doc­tors be­fore start­ing the in­tense eat­ing plan, which shifts the body into a meta­bolic state called ke­to­sis so di­eters burn fat in­stead of carbs for en­ergy. She also kicks butt in the work­out de­part­ment, of­ten ex­er­cis­ing with her trainer, Don Brooks, and sis­ter Khloé. “I know for my body, I need [at least] four to five days a week of work­ing out,” says Kourt­ney, who al­ter­nates be­tween car­dio work ( like run­ning, jump­ing rope or us­ing the stair climber) and strength­train­ing (us­ing re­sis­tance bands, body weight or ket­tle­bells). Her com­mit­ment to fit­ness has made a huge dif­fer­ence in get­ting her the body of her dreams. “I never made work­ing out a pri­or­ity,” she says, “but now it makes me feel so much bet­ter men­tally and phys­i­cally.”

NO SLACK­ING Kourt­ney has really em­braced ex­er­cise in re­cent years. “I try to take time for my­self to work out ev­ery day,” she says. GO­ING GREEN The star is a huge fan of smooth­ies — she re­cently got her fix in LA.

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