Eat Breakfast Every Morning - Not only are breakfast eaters more alert sooner, but they tend to end up having a leaner diet with more minerals and vitamins. This has the secondary effect of resulting in less obesity.
Add Fish and Omega-3 Fatty Acids to Your Diet - the American Heart Association has a recommendation of having fish twice a week. In addition to providing protein, fish also provide Omega-3 Fatty Acids that tend to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Get Enough Sleep - not enough sleep can negatively affect memory, learning and logical reasoning.
Make Social Connections
Exercise - leads to health as it reduces the risks of Heart disease, Diabetes, Hypertension, and Premature death. At the same time it maintains healthy bones, muscles, and joints, while helping control weight.
Practice Good Dental Hygiene - don't forget to floss and brush.
Take Up a Hobby -
Protect Your Skin - avoid overexposure to sunlight.
Snack the Healthy Way - Focus more on fruits and vegetables, not to mention nuts. Reduce reliance on sugary junk.
Drink Water and Eat Dairy - Believe it or not, fluids not only help hydration, but facilate better weight control as well.
Drink Tea - especially decaffinated. Among other things, it may be an important source of anti-oxidants.
Plan - Precious little in the way of good things happen by accident. Doing a little planning goes a long way towards making good health happen.