I have always been interested in healthy eating, as my mom was fairly "crunchy" as far as that goes. Homemade bread and all that. But now that I am responsible for my own home I have been rethinking what "healthy eating" even means and have been slowly making some changes in our diet. I definitely lean towards the "Traditional Foods" end of the spectrum.... lots of good fats, dairy, kefir, meat, whole grains, eggs, and organic produce. If you are interested in learning more about Traditional Foods, I highly recommend the book Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. http://www.westonaprice.org/index.html
Some of the changes I am slowly bringing about in my family:
Organic whole milk (preferably raw)
Coconut oil and butter (no "vegetable" oils with the exception of extra virgin olive oil for occasional frying)
Organic meats and whole chickens (no more "boneless and skinless")
More fresh fruits and veggies (they are rather pricey here in Alaska)
I am pleased with the health improvements I am seeing in my little family. We haven't been sick all winter, praise God.