Most people go on a diet to a) get a fit-looking body and/or b) improve their overall health. But have you ever gone on a diet to save someone else’s life?
Not enough people agree to donate their organs when they pass away, and this creates a long waiting list for people whose lives depend on getting an organ transplant. However, if a person in need is lucky enough to know someone who is willing to donate, say, a kidney, and their both compatible, waiting no longer becomes an issue.
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A man was a perfect match with his wife who needed a kidney transplant, but doctors wouldn’t let him undergo the operation because his blood pressure was too high and he needed to lose weight. So, the man did something heart warming. For one year he changed his diet to improve his health for the operation and save his wife’s life.
This story gives us warm, fuzzy feelings, but what should we take from this touching story?
Your diet can not only save your life, but it can save someone else’s. Don’t wait until a disease threatens your life before you make some healthy decisions. Keep in mind that a healthy diet is best when incorporated with a healthy lifestyle. You don’t want your diet to be some temporary, New Year’s resolution fad. Here are some tips to get started on a healthy diet:
Drink lots of water:
If your pee is bright yellow, you’re body is dehydrated. Drinking water will keep your body hydrated and will also help you eat less.
Since we were kids, eating vegetables has always felt like a chore, especially when we have to eat so many servings a day. Throw them in a blender and add some fruits to sweeten it up.
Oh, and if you’re curious about the man who saved his wife, check out The Daily Post.
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