Sudhir Choudhrie Speaks of Prolonging Life Through a Healthy Lifestyle

Good health is vital. Sudhir Choudhrie was born with a severe heart condition that saw him spend most of his life in and out of the hospital. The successful businessman whom father died when he was still very young. When he was eight, his mother, who has always been his role model, took him for a complete health check-up. The diagnosis showed he had a leaking valve, which could potentially make his heart stop anytime. He did not let ill-health be the reason to give up in life. Instead, he worked and studied hard. In 1975, Sudhir Choudhrie established his own company, the Magnum Trading Company, which looked into the export market in India.

After getting another chance in life, Sudhir Choudhrie London is committed to positively impacting other people’s lives. He took it his initiative to be a source of positive vibes to those around him and touch the lives of potential organ donors and recipients. Together with his wife and children, he created his family’s charitable organization in in 2010. The foundation sensitizes the public on issues of organ transplant and donation. Around the globe, his family’s charitable organization continues to promote health education programs and medical projects. The organization has been at the forefront of championing the #OrgansWill campaign in the United States. The campaign aims to get more than 62500 new organ donors who can help save thousands of lives.

Sudhir Choudhrie London is the author of one of Amazon’s best-selling book, “From My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love, and Destiny,” According to the heart transplant survivor, the book explains his experience before the transplant and afterwards. He explains he started “living” after the successful surgery. To the renowned businessman mogul, transplant is the start of a new life rather than its end. He has met other recipients of organ transplant who greatly inspired him. In this international best-seller, he explains the need to live a healthy lifestyle to prevent the need to require a second heart transplant. To him, adopting a healthy diet is crucial in prolonging years of food health. He points some organ recipients engage in unhealthy lifestyles, especially after living in poor health for a long time.