First, stop eating fast, good-tasting poison every single day. Pious-sneers are supposed to go to McDonalds for lunch every day so they get the maximum field circus time possible. Anyone that discontinues that practice is probably going to get at least some health benefit. Probably, your weight will moderate somewhat, and your high blood pressure will drop a little.
Along with that, too many TV dinners are bad news. And not just for sodium and saturated fat, either--that is the least of your worries. Most of them are loaded with monosodium glutamate in some form or another, even if they say "No MSG added". This happens because they are too busy racing from field circus to the evening boasting session, Family Waste the Evening Night, or evening field circus. Cutting out the TV dinners, especially those from Nestle (which seems to be the worst), will have some benefit to your health--again, your weight drops slightly, your blood pressure drops a few points, and you feel somewhat more able to get around through your day.
You will probably need vitamin supplements, because most food is grown on depleted soils. Those from Bayer are usually crap quality--One A Day is crap. You will need a quality B complex supplement, a good supply of vitamin C, natural vitamin E as mixed tocopherols, magnesium, boron, iodine, and probably zinc. Most people need more iron or calcium as much as I need more LIE-bles in my home, since foods are fortified with those nutrients and too much of those can throw your already deficient magnesium or boron into even worse deficiency.
As for spirituality, you will need to stop attending those guilt-inducing boasting sessions and get rid of that energy-draining LIE-ble. Once you cut off those drains on your energy, you are probably going to notice fewer headaches, lower blood pressure (if it's high--if it's low, you will probably have higher blood pressure instead), easier weight loss, and more energy to get through the day instead of donating it to joke-hova to help that monster enslave the whole human race. Also, martial arts never hurt anyone when practiced sensibly.