Ok, I realized today that I think I am relatively healthy save for my tobacco smoking and lack of cardiovascular and general physical exercise. My diet, on the other hand, contains a high variation of both healthy and slightly unhealthy foods. The only fast food I've eaten in the last three months is from El Pollo Loco, which serves relatively healthy chicken dishes, usually chicken tacos with onions and parsley, or bean, cheese, and rice burrito, all of which are a dollar each. When not consuming chicken from El Pollo Loco, I generally eat a diet of two to three half cups of brown rice a day, usually in addition to freshly cut fried hash browns in vegetable oil and one to two boiled eggs. This is sometimes served with meat product, but rarely pork and usually fish (salmon, salted mackerel, red snapper) and occasionally steak (ribeye usually). I eat this combination, more or less, once to twice a day. Otherwise sometimes I cook chili or order a pizza. I drink coca tea, green tea, white tea, english tea, coffee, espresso in various combinations or by itself, aloe vera sweet drinks, soy milk, skim milk, whole milk (sparingly), and, of course, water. I am partial to dark chocolate but eat it very sparingly. I enjoy pistachios but also eat them sparingly. Deserts generally include rice cakes, but I am well known amongst my associates and friends as being capable of making an amazing dark chocolate cake, sometimes infused with cannabis for recreational use. I would eat cannabis seeds if I didn't save 99 percent of them for future grows, though i have found a place that sells organic hemp seed as a food product for relatively cheap and will probably order some in the near future to add to my rice or roast as a snack.