Get more sleep

Those who get a good night's sleep eat better the next day.

Slash the sugar

Excess sugar contributes to obesity, type 2 diabetes, certain cancers, heart disease, metabolic syndrome, eye diseases, premature aging, and much more.

Make half your grains whole

If you choose whole grains for at least 50 percent of your grain-based choices every day instead of eating primarily refined grains, you'll get more fiber.

Try meal prepping

This can help you control your weight, avoid eating out, improve the nutritional quality of your diet, and save time and money.

Limit ultra-processed foods

Ultra-processed foods are any foods and beverages that have undergone significant processing and usually have added sugars.

Start your day right

An important healthy eating tip to try this year is making sure you're starting your day off right with a balanced breakfast.

Eat more plants

A more plant-based diet is generally best for your health and staving off chronic diseases.

Shop for your health

Making a shopping list will also help you limit how many meals you're eating out or ordering in.

Eat more colorful foods

Colorful plant-based picks are also rich in many important nutrients including folic acid, vitamin A, C, and E

Bounce back after setbacks

Life happens. To everyone. And sometimes, even when we are following these healthy eating tips, we can get off track.