It's rather tricky - but let me show you a few examples so you can see how easy this approach can actually be:
Is this a good choice? Whiskey & Diet Coke. What is the nutritional value in this selection? OR - is this a better choice:
Vodka with Cran-Pomegranate Juice. I think the latter is the better choice when considering nutritional value. I think Cranberries AND Pomegranates are good for you and contain a lot of antioxidants. So Option B is better in this case. (Although from the looks of the small amount left in the booze bottle in Option A, I think it's clearly obvious which one I more frequently run to. - BUT it's DIET coke - so it doesn't have any calories. Just aspertame which will cause neurosis - which is no big deal because I already have that, so what's a little more going to hurt, right?)
Moving along. Should I put this in my mouth?
Likely so. Unlike those other American-made cigarettes that cause heart disease, lung cancer and small birth weights or still-born babies, these cigarettes just contain carbon monoxide. This is a healthy choice, and besides that - for breakfast I ate this:
Another example. Which cheese should you pick?
Go getcha some! If I can gag them down - so can you.
I guess the point is - don't join the diet-of-the-month club. Just stop before you put the food/drink in your mouth and ask yourself: IS THIS THE BEST CHOICE TO NOURISH MY BODY? That gives you a second to reconsider your selection and possibly move to something healthier.
I'm sure I'll be contacted by a publisher and asked to write a book on healthy life-styles any day now. So please don't be upset if I discontinue my free advice. You can buy the book.