other than the potatoes and dried friut, i don't think the others were very healthy. but that's just me.
the best way to move off of things is either to find replacements that work for you or to do a weaning process.
my weaning process is quite simple. i choose one day a week where i'll allow myself whatever junk food i want--in single servings. That's it. if i want doughnut--it's a single serving. if i want frnech fries, it's a single serving. if i want soda, it's a small serving (1/2 can). I find that after a couple of weeks, i don't crave the foods anymore, so it's no problem.
my best replacements are as follows:
salty='salty salad'-- i take two heads of lettuce, one romaine and one red leaf. i cut them into ribbons. i take a white onion and chop it into bite size pieces. i take celery stalks and chop them into bite sized pieces. i take cucumber and slice it into bite sized pieces. i then add olive oil and sea salt. And i eat it over the course of about 2 hours. It cures *every* salt craving. it feels great and taste great. And it's crunchy!
sweet=coconut date rolls--i take dates and remove the pits. i stuff an almond or almond paste (home-made) into the pit. i roll them in coconut shavings. i can only eat two of these at a sitting, they're that rich. they work! great substitute for chocolate.