Thank you for explaining what I was unwilling to explain, Kapil. I agree with everything you've just said, and wish I'd had the determination to put it so forthrightly. The bias and oversights of scientific studies (and science in general) turns me away from their methods, personal experience with the truth of some of their claims leads me back, and the cycle continues. I think the only way to know truth is to experience it, and it is unfortunate that others find other truths that clash with my own, and I cannot simply say "I know this is healthy because I felt this." It's just not a strong enough case for most to change their own views, and in many cases they've already found that what I found healthy made them ill. Again, only experience (which requires strict personal observation and analysis) can tell us what's right for us. That, of course, excludes the internet knowledge that many base their knowledge on. The information on the internet can hardly be trusted, but can be a guide to the self discovering facts of its own (in "real" life, as they say).
But anyways, this is turning into a long debated -- with long-winded scrambled words on my part -- and I believe the original point of this topic was to state your diet! I'm personally definable as an omnivore. I eat some meats, and I eat a ton of fruits, vegetables, nuts, plant products, and grains. Though lately I haven't eaten much at all: I'm on the fifteenth day of a spiritual fast (no food, only water, AVC, and herbal teas). It's a fast, a colon cleanse and detox! Pretty strenuous, but it's the fifth fast/detox/cleanse thing I've been on, so I'm used to it! I'll be through in about a week and a half, so I'll be slowly reintroducing my diet, focusing on toning, energy-rich food. That does include meat, btw, though it will be a few weeks after until I take on food that heavy.
Anyways, that's the gist of my diet :D.
updated by @clayton: 07/22/15 11:32:52AM