First of all food should not be labeled healthy or not. Food can be part of a diet or not and people without any medical conditions needs a verity of foods to take advantage of all nutrients. Please follow doctor directions  if you have any health condition, always choose lean proteins, reduced calories and less sugar meals if possible and don’t forget to exercise:)

Here is a guideline for all day meals.

The balanced appetizer plate
2 ounces lean protein, white meat skinless poultry, most fish and shellfish
2 to 3 ounces vegetables and whole or fortified grains
1 to 2 ounces reduced- or low-fat sauce or dressing (if used)

The balanced salad plate
1 to 2 cups leafy salad greens and fresh vegetables
2 to 3 ounces whole grains, legumes, fruit or lean protein for entree salad
1 to 2 tablespoons oil and vinegar–type salad dressing

The balanced soup bowl
6 to 7 ounces, lower-sodium chicken, beef or fish stock
Vegetable or legume puree, cornstarch or arrowroot for thickening
Herbs, spices, citrus juice or flavored vinegar for flavoring
Reduced- or low-fat dairy products
The balanced entree plate
3 to 4 ounces or less lean protein, white meat skinless poultry, most fish
3 to 4 ounces or more vegetables and whole or fortified grains
1 to 2 ounces reduced- or low-fat sauce
The balanced dessert plate
3- to 4-ounce portion
Fresh fruit emphasis
Whole grains such as cornmeal, oats or rice
Reduced- or low-fat frozen dairy or plant-based confections
Cornstarch or arrowroot for thickening
Lower-fat dairy products for creaming

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