Michael Pollan's recent contribution to the New York Times magazine gives great advice. Eat food. Not too much. Mostly fruits and vegetables. Maybe he will write an essay on exercise. Get some most days of the week. Some is better than none. Walk faster than strolling. Check kp.org for good advice.
I call this recipe "Birthday Pasta" because I first made it to celebrate a special day for someone very important to me. It can be made with chicken, salmon, fresh tuna, or canned tuna to suit your tastes.
While I like to get as many ingredients as possible from the local farmers' markets, some items I like to use occasionally are globally sourced. 90% of the garlic used in the United States comes from China. The Kalamata olives and capers are imported. But the beautiful sweet and sour Meyer lemons are local from a great friend's tree that just keeps on giving.
Pick up some fresh salad greens from the market to toss with red wine vinaigrette and you have a wonderful, quick, and simple dinner.
Eat this with a really big salad to make up for the fact there aren't many vegetables in the pasta dish.