I'm really looking to eat healthy foods now. Not to loose weight, but just to feel at the top of my game and make sure my breastmilk isn't filled with poptarts. (;
So, I went to the grocery store the other day and walked right to the "healthy food" isle. And looked around... and around... and realised I have absolutely no clue what is "healthy". *groans* I grew up with home cooked italian foods all the time and since I've been travelling in the states, have taken to quick foods like mini wheats cereal and ham sandwiches. I have NO clue if sodium is good or bad for you, or if apples are filled with nutrition.
I feel pretty stupid, I must admit.
What type of food would you guys say is healthy? What should I be looking for on packages? Are ALL fruits and veggies good for you? If so, do they hold the same nutrition if they are cooked or frozen or canned?
EDIT: Oh, and I tend to eat dinners with the family I live with but am looking for good daytime food (breakfast, snacks, lunch, etc).