Eating healthy helps you live a longer, healthier life. Not only do nutritious foods have positive effects on your mental and physical well-being, they also help reduce the risk of chronic diseases like stroke, diabetes, heart disease and some cancers.

When it comes to meal planning, serve smaller portion sizes, include whole grains, protein and low fat dairy, and fill half your plate with fruits and vegetables.

With time and patience, you can improve your current eating habits… or make your good eating habits even better.

Food tastes better when you’re tobacco free.