While I appreciate each woman's body is unique here are the guidelines I try to follow.
I do not eat processed food or food that has chemical additives I do not understand.
I try to find foods with no pesticides, no hormones, and no antibiotics.
For this reason I am learning to grow my own vegies at a community garden.
At the community garden we are being taught the quality of the earth affects the quality of the earth affects the quality of the food we eat.
I do not drink milk or use milk products.
My understandings of how milk affects breast cancer come from the writings of Professor Jane Plant CBE.
I eat fish and eggs but no meat for me. Not eating meat is a personal thing good for our planet.
Oils are something I also watch carefully. My first choices are organic olive oil and grape seed oil for cooking.
Grape seed oil has a low heating level which causes less chemical changes on heating.
Oils can be difficult as they are often in food you buy. I simply don't buy something that does not specify which oil it is using on the label.
Granola oil is a definite no because I am unsure of its source and production and if I must have an oil in something I prefer sunflower oil.
No I do not use margarine. On bread I simply use olive oil or avocado.
Before I finish another big No is food sold in plastics. Many plastics leak into food and create chemical changes mimicking hormones. I have a metal drinking bottle and store food in glass, wax paper or brown paper bags.
In summary what I try to eat are REAL FOODS as close to their natural state as is possible.
It is a learning curve but I am enjoying discovering a new way of eating and being.