The first step toward healthy aging and women's health is to take an objective assessment of our habits and lifestyles. For instance, there's no longer a good excuse to continue smoking. Not only have laws made it more difficult to light up in public, but there are also any number of over the counter smoking cessation aids, support groups, and public health initiatives that can help you quit. Studies have shown that, if you quit smoking by age 50, you can reduce your chance of getting lung cancer by half. That's a big boost to women's health right there.Next, examine your dietary habits. Processed foods may seem easier to prepare, especially when you're on the go, but they take their toll on women's health. Fresh foods and raw foods will help your body regenerate healthy cells, instead of damaged cells, and are a key to healthy aging. You can call it health food, but it's the food we, as humans, were meant to eat.