Sullivan’s Foods produce stocker Mackenzie Ioder makes sure shoppers have a wide selection of fresh fruits and vegetables as they start 2014. As always, a perennial New Year’s resolution is to become healthier in the new year, often through getting more exercise and eating healthier foods. According to Medical News Today, eating the right foods can not only help a person maintain a healthy body weight, but also improve the person’s overall sense of well-being and reduce the risk of developing diseases. The Top 10 healthy foods, according to Medical News Today, are apples, almonds, broccoli, blueberries, leafy green vegetables, oily fish, sweet potatoes, avocados, wheat germ and oatmeal. And as with all New Year’s resolutions, they are kept one day at a time.