Spoiler Alert: no matter how earth-friendly, natural and healthy you are, in the normal course of things the earth will end and you will die. It is inevitable.
You could care for your body perfectly with the right food and right activity, and it will still self-destruct. No exceptions. We could stop CO2 emissions tomorrow, plant a billion trees and leave vast tracts of land untouched, the climate will still change and it will be uncomfortable for animals, plants, and humans in varying degrees, eventually becoming uninhabitable. A barren rock, like our sister planets, Mars and Venus. All life here is just an eye-blink in the universe. Your life is an eye-blink of an eye blink. This is the natural course of things.
Which comes first doesn't matter. It's already happened a trillion times. It will happen a trillion more. Unless. . .
There is a thing called Enlightenment. It is rare and subtle. Many have reached it and have tried to tell us. It's in the ancient books. They explain quite nicely how it's done. It's possible to get off the wheel of the normal course of things. We just have to do what they say and follow their advice.
Realize that you have no time. There is no "later" that you can count on. Understand first and foremost that leading a deeply ethical way of life is the essence of every spiritual path. Not just being a vaguely nice person, but following a code. Don't hurt others. Better yet, try to help them. The best is to reach spiritual goals and take everyone else with you.
To do this, you must learn to control your mind, both in meditation and everyday life. They are inextricably linked. You can't have good meditation without following a deep ethical code, and you can't restrain your mouth and body without controlling your own mind.
Finally, this one-two punch of ethics and meditation allows you to penetrate reality, to finally see behind the curtain of what drives us and every other living thing. This reality will become your play-thing and you will happily forever use it to help others find the freedom that you have found.
It's that, or just keep trying to mop the decks of the Titanic that is your body and your world, and just try to feel okay with that. Be calm. Reduce stress. Generate bliss. Good luck with that. Those things are just bandaids. Seriously entering a spiritual path is more akin to chemotherapy. It's hard. It's radical. It's uncomfortable. But it just might be a cure.