I'd like to think so, I eat a lot of fruit, my breakfast often includes Greek yogurt and fruit and maybe some hazelnuts, or fruit with a fairly healthy cereal which at the moment is bite sized shredded wheat, although we were staying with friends at the weekend who made their own granola, I'll have to give that a go. I like three good coffees during the morning, I never touch instant any more. I'll have a cup of tea in the afternoon, I don't eat biscuits, but if I make a cake every so often, I'll have a slice. I cook from scratch, red meat occasionally, usually in the form of a roast dinner on a Sunday, sometimes in a Shepherds Pie bulked out with lentils, chicken more frequently and fish twice a week and meat free Mondays which gets moved about the week depending on my meal planning. Lots of leafy green vegetables. I'm sure there's room for improvement, I like bread and cheese a little bit too much, oh well we all have our bad days!although I believe as a post menopausal woman a fair amount of calcium is required in our diet. Chocolate is a very occasional treat but I do have some 70% cocoa solid type in the fridge, and if I remember I'll have a square a couple of times a week, allegedly it has health benefits, not a temptation at all for me. I like bad, crap chocolate like Cadburys that's my preference, it's so bad it doesn't even count as chocolate , so there it is I hardly touch chocolate,
only the fake stuff . My breakfasts start late so that pushes back lunch till the afternoon so sometimes I'll drop the evening meal although I cook it for my husband, I'm not sure I'd be ruled by regular mealtimes if I lived alone.
My Nectar app gave me a breakdown for my Sainsburys shopping at the end of 2022, 35% was on fruit and vegetables, that should be worth a few Brownie points.
Oh and I do like a glass or two of I try to keep that for weekends only, unless we're out for a meal.