I find the tricky part about health or fitness just in general is that you can't really half-a** it. You can't say "I exercise a bit so I should be fine, right?" or "I eat salads, so why do I need to do anything else?" I know lots of well intentioned people who do one or two token things "right" in the hopes of excusing the parts of their lifestyle that actually contribute much more to their unhealthiness, and it gets them nowhere. I know some who have super active jobs but come home at the end of the day, eat a meal fit for 3 people, spend the rest of the day with a bag of chips on the couch, and wonder why they don't look or feel healthy. I know a good number of people who "totally lift, bro", but still somehow look more unhealthy than I do. So I guess the trick to becoming healthier is not to just pile up on token healthy things, so much as identifying whatever is being the most detrimental to your health and fixing that.