It seems the consensus is that a healthy diet and plenty of exercise appear to be the key to one's well being. Gotta make sure to jot that down in my Trapper Keeper.
While introducing health foods to your diet is a good thing, there's definitely a limit to how much of some health foods you should actually consume. A bag of mixed nuts and dried fruit can clock in at nearly 700 calories (almost half the allotted calories for a day's worth of food).
Budget Direct Health Insurance created an infographic that highlights nine healthy, albeit high-calorie, foods. Not only does it show you which health foods are a clown car full of calories, but it also offers methods to work off those calories while getting stuff done around the house.
Each food features a daily activity and the length of time it will take doing that activity to burn those calories.
Check out the infographic below. At the very least, you'll be able to see what health foods to enjoy in moderation and which chores burn off the most calories. Keep in mind these are just approximations and you can still totally go to the gym.