The key to eating healthier is as simple as reading food labels, planning ahead, and understanding that there are no good or bad foods.
"Everything fits in moderation," said Corrine Kanetski, a registered dietitian with Blue Mountain Health System.
If you're ready to start improving your eating habits today, look at the big picture. All meals are made of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Focus on these three areas to make each meal healthier, says Kanetski.