A healthy life is more a marathon than a sprint.
So start where you are.
Choose sensible, sustainable shifts over instant cures and fixes.
Let go of your attachment to instant results, instead make a commitment to become a healthy person in both body and mind. Try adopting an experimental mindset. If you’re not ready to commit to a lifestyle change forever, but you want to look and feel healthier, consider making some short term goals. Try one, or a few of these ideas:
What about finding out what it feels like to eat more vegetables, eat fresh whole foods, lay off sugar and alcohol, get off gluten and dairy. Try adding daily activity, and cut back on TV to get more sleep.
The more frequently you do these things, the better you feel, the better you look, and the more willing you want to do more.
Becoming a healthy person means adopting the identity of a healthy person. Make the decision, and at whatever pace you can manage, just begin! Make those daily choices of a healthy person and then acquire the skills on your own, or hire a personal trainer to help you. Transform your life, for the rest of your life!