I'm becoming increasing annoyed by descriptions of food as "good" or "bad." When someone says, "I was good," I often ask what that means, because my definition of good is not necessarily yours. For some women who struggle with eating disorders, restriction is good. Not for me.
Healthy. Unhealthy. What do they mean? As soon as there's a good, there's a bad, and that sets us up for the moralization of food. While I'm not suggesting everyone eat fried food at every meal, food choices should reflect the variety of our cravings.
There is no good or bad, just food. Dichotomizing nutrition can lead to disordered eating. In fact, one food choice has no value over another. All foods are equal. How about that? Let's end our food discrimination, because as everyone knows, choosing one group over another (with the exception of skinny over fat) is so 20th century.