We once read a Twitter profile that said, "Love food. Hate exercise. Will die of heart attack." While that's funny and all, we doubt any of you guys and gals would want to drop dead on your 40th birthday. While we're totally for the occasional splurge, it's definitely a good idea to begin eating healthy now.
Check out this video to learn how to make small, healthy changes to your diet by integrating more fruits and vegetables.
Eating healthy starts with the basics, focusing on dairy, fruits and vegetables and grains in our diet. Katie Alexander, Family and Consumer Science agent for Breckenridge County, gives us insights on how we can make small changes to our diet that will have live-long benefits to our health.