We get constantly bombarded with advice about what we should be eating to keep us healthy. Some like to "eat clean" where they forgo any processed foods (whatever that means). And of course there are plant based diets, vegan, all kinds of other diets, which invariably seem to revolve around not eating anything which tastes good. Basically humans used to run after animals with spears, kill them, and eat their flesh. I could be wrong, but I don't think we've evolved significantly beyond being physically adapted to do that. Those activities involve two main things - running fast, and eating meat. Throw in a some vegetables for times when no animals could be killed, and everyone's happy. Another thing is, we can't see what's happening inside our bodies on a day to day basis (if ever), so nobody can say for sure what foodstuffs are doing us good, or contributing to killing us. Therefore my philosophy is to just eat the food I like, and try and get some exercise. And that last bit is debatable as things in the body start to wear out faster, with more demanding use. The fact that no experts can agree, or have come up with a conclusive recipe for healthy longevity leads me to believe that we should all just do what the hell makes us happy.