The reality star denied her body had been digitally altered for a recent magazine cover story
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Khloé Kardashian would like you to know that she got physical, not digital.

The cover story in this month’s Complex magazine features some photos of the youngest Kardashian sister’s body looking tight and toned. (See the photos here.) And on Monday, she took to Instagram to point out that those muscles and curves aren’t the result of Photoshop. They’re all her, she says.

Kardashian, 31, posted an unretouched version of one of the photos, which has her posing in a leotard and holding a freeweight, side by side with the version that ran in the magazine, so critics could see exactly where digital magic had altered the image.

“This one is for all the troll haters out there that cannot seem to give me an ounce of credit for my daily workouts!” Kardashian said.

“The image on the left is an unretouched photo from the actual camera on the day of the shoot,” she wrote. “The image on the right is the retouched photo. Yes, skin is smooth and shadows are removed, but I still think I look good on the left image, flaws and all.”

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The cover story has Kardashian talking candidly about her split from Lamar Odom, which became official on July 21 when they signed their divorce papers.

“I talk to Lamar as often as I can, which is inconsistent, but not on my terms,” Kardashian said in the interview. “When you genuinely feel like that was the right relationship, you’re supposed to give it all you can. That’s what marriage is about. It’s not, ‘Let’s see if it works, if not we always have divorce.’ I am not one of those girls. You took a vow before God and you’re supposed to abide by that.”

Most recently, Kardashian has been spotted with NBA star James Harden.