In the summer, it's easy to find locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. In the fall and winter? It just gets harder, but one great way to get those vitamins is to roast your vegetables.
Also, focus on keeping your food fresh and try to avoid a carb overload just because it's cold outside. Eat light, eat often, and don't forget to drink plenty of water.
When it comes to exercise, layer up to protect yourself from the elements or think about creative ways to exercise inside, like a workout video to follow.
One more healthy habit you should have this fall, a good "Vitamin D" routine. Check with your doctor to see what kind of supplements you should be taking. Vitamin "D" is found in things like fish, eggs and milk and can help prevent chronic diseases and protects your bones, teeth and hair.