I'm a pretty healthy eater (and, like Blatz, one of those fitness knucklehead guys). My big beef is with highly processed foods and I try to limit, as much as possible, the amount of processed food I eat everyday. I mostly eat fruits, vegetables and nuts all day long and then I eat one actual meal a day at supper time. I mostly stay away from breads and sugars (except sometimes a little in my coffee) and mostly avoid anything with more than two or three ingredients in the label during the day. And, during the week that includes beer. I drink very little alcohol, often none, Monday thru Friday.
At night we try to eat organic, but it simply isn't possible to feed a family of four entirely organic. And my youngest son has a penchant for Kraft Mac and Cheese (and I admit, it can be quite tasty when paired with fish and broccoli
). I also sometimes get a craving for a McDonald's Hamburger - usually only two or three times a year, but when it happens I simply have to have one and I really don't care how that sucker is made as long as no one has spit in it or dropped it on the floor (be nice to people at restaurants - always!).
I don't exactly know what my point is, but I guess it has something to do with making healthy choices as much as possible during the day - but you gotta eat and you gotta feed the family too and sometimes you are just going to have to put something on the table that might not be 100% good for you, or might be made in a factory. At this point we are a one income family and we hit Costco for most of our meat purchases and it crosses my mind every time I buy a pack of chicken there how much junk those chicken are loaded up with, but it does taste good on the grill and I haven't grown a third eye yet.
Stay away from sugars and highly processed food and make most of your food yourself and you are doing better than most Americans. But a frozen pizza from time to time isn't going to hurt you any, even if that pepperoni has more ingredients than stars in the sky.