A family in the Bahamas is offering a new option to help those with a tough time getting around: Weight loss meals delivered to their doorstep.
This is a new service from an anonymous donor, who asked not to be named, to help people cope with their weight loss.
“We have been using this service for a few years now,” the donor told ABC News.
“[We] have people that have a very challenging diet that they struggle with and we can help them manage that so that they don’t feel like they are going to starve themselves or have to take drastic measures,” he said.
“We can also provide them with nutritious and fresh meals that they can eat with confidence and not have to worry about a big bill from the healthcare provider.”
For the past three years, the family has been helping people in the same way that they help their children, and they have been making more money each month.
The idea came about after they received a lot of requests from their clients about how they could help them lose weight.
“They come to us for a lot more than just a meal, we also help them with their stress,” the person said.
When asked what the biggest challenges he had faced as a single parent, the donor said: “Not being able to get around without being in a car or going to a doctor or being able not to have time to get to work and so on.”
In general, people have been very supportive.
“The family is now looking to expand its service to include a wide range of families, with plans to launch in the coming months.”
It’s really important that we all take responsibility for our own lives,” the individual said.
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