In September 2017, Selena Gomez announced on Instagram that she underwent a kidney transplant due to her battle with lupus — with a kidney donated by her best friend, Francia Raisa.

Although Selena Gomez is doing “quite well now,” she says at one point that her lupus was literally a matter of “life-or-death.”

Just a day after performing for the first time in over a year at the 2017 AMAs, Gomez was honored at the Lupus Research Alliance’s Breaking Through Gala on Monday night. In September, Gomez helped raise almost $500,000 for lupus research through her appeals to fans via social media, following a kidney transplant.

For a year, Selena worked on her diet and lifestyle to get better.Amy Rosoff Davis helped Selena by helping her to make the right food choices and changing her lifestyle. Here’s a look at Selena Gomez’s diet chart.

BreakfastScrambled egg burritos, chorizo. rice, avocado, and beans Or Granola and full-fat Greek yogurt
LunchTurkey, beans, and avocado with light dressing made of olive oil, red wine vinegar, lemon juice, and Dijon mustard
DinnerTeriyaki bowl with Asian marinated chicken or salmon, cucumber, avocado, rice and teriyaki sauce Or Sushi
SnacksFreshly pressed juice made of cucumber, kale, Ginger, and carrot

Her Workout chart:

Monday (20 mins)Warm up + spot-jogging / jogging + lunges+squats+jumping jacks+stretch
Tuesday (20 mins)Warm up + jumping jacks+lunges+squat+crunches+pushups+jogging + stretch
Wednesday (30-45 mins)Warm up + Circuit training
Thursday (60 mins)Warm up + Pilates
Friday (60 mins)Rest
Saturday (60 mins)Warm up + yoga + meditation

And while her workout changes daily, there’s one thing that she always makes sure to do after getting her sweat on. “No matter what the workout, we always make time to stretch. It keeps your muscles long and lean, improves your performance, helps your joints, and enables your muscles to work to their best ability.”