Junk, hopefully people will add some serious answers:
The question was recently raised about where you get healthy food. So where do you get yours? How have you changed your diet successfully and improved your appreciation of food quality.?
Beverages: I've tried to get away from excessive amounts of tea so I ordered Hibiscus Flowers from the internet and I make my own healthy tea just the way I like it. I gave up pop on a regular basis, never drank coffee, keep water chilled in a bottle in the fridge. It worked.
Salads, I feed them to myself like a required medicine dose. Found that I absolutely love cottage cheese as a dressing so I eat them willingly. First thing this spring I intend to plant small batches of different lettuces to find out which ones I like, grow them in some shade so they don't bolt, and add food items like my own chicken eggs, olives, fresh tomatoes and home made cheeses to the mix.
Meat: I started buying smaller amounts of Choice Organic Beef. The taste treat is worth savoring instead of just bolting it down to finish it.
Spices: The massive amounts used today to cover up poor quality food and to entice people to eat more than they really need, always upset my stomach so I stopped eating them, but do occasionally add a teeny amount if I really want it. They are intended to cause faster digestion. Who needs that? So, SUPERSIZE THAT JUNKFOOD! Not!
I realized that when I am hungry it is usually for a specific food and I can almost picture it. My body is saying it remembers receiving a specific nutrient from that food before. It is out of that construction material. Just don't add 20 other weird ingredients to get it. That's when we overeat and why you can't fill up a teenager. They eat junk and not the critical minerals their bodies need to develop into another creature. Unless they educate themselves and listen to their inner furnace, they will lose vital nutrients and either starve inward, or become obese outward.
Look for Bob's Red Mill Grains and products for clean well-grown food. Visit farm markets and make them prove their greenery is worthy of the title organic. Ask the city in which it was grown, and don't buy it if it's out of season.
OK, other positive ideas?