All of the above-the correct answer is d) all of the above.like most things regarding personal health, a well balanced, nutritious diet and physical activity are important preventative measures to be taken. monitoring blood pressure is important since high blood pressure increases the risk of kidney disease. avoiding the abuse of over-the-counter painkillers is also important. obesity, diabetes, and heart disease are all additional risk factors associated with kidney disease. the adoption of a healthy lifestyle helps kidneys, be they healthy or damaged, to last longer.did you know...kidney foundation of northwest ohiohere for you. here with you.