this is a really interesting thread!
The list of no-nos is a bit of a tease to me - half this things on it I like, and the other half I wouldn't have anyway.
since I like my meat well done, eggs cooked hard, don't like cold cuts, and don't have a need to paint anything or work around really nasty chemicals (thank goodness I work in an office now instead of a research lab with listeria cultures down the hall!) those have been easy to avoid. I don't get my hair colored or permed, or get manis/pedis but I will probably paint my toenails over the holidays. I avoid soda and artificial sweeteners, but they aren't a regular part of my diet anyway. It just means I need to buy my own yogurt instead of eat the free stuff in the common fridge at work.
I like tuna, but have been avoiding it for several years now except the occasional piece of sushi. When we travel to the midwest, I make it a point to not eat any locally caught fish or deer/elk because of pollutants and prions. I normally use dish soap and baking soda to clean with, and have gradually switched to natural body care products (homemade deodorant, vegetable oil-based soap, natural face wash, and will switch to natural shampoo, conditioner, and lotion once the supplies I have run out. I only wash my hair every other day, so see that as manageable exposure for now)
Since the BFP, I have consciously avoided only a few things I would otherwise way or do: no sprouts (I had them once from a local farm we trust), no unpasteurized cheese (this has been hard - DH bought 2 blocks of nice raw cheese which we gave to the in laws to get it out of the house ), and no raw or rare fish, which I miss the most. I'm less willing to risk old leftovers than I was before, and make DH eat anything that has been in the fridge longer than a week. Also we have a lot of yard work to do, and I try to minimize vibrations while holding branches for DH to chain saw.
I have no qualms with sips of beer (less than 1oz), raw honey, herbal tea (I'd drink about 90% less water without it!), fully cooked shellfish, bacon or sausage in moderation, the occasional hot bath, going to a rock concert, riding my bike, or a daily cup of coffee.