For over 2 years, I've maintained a relatively healthy diet and avoided refined carbohydrates, refined sugar and hydrogenated oil. I never made it official to never eat junk food again, I just wanted to see how it would make me feel and how long I could go without it. Although I don't really have cravings for junk food per se, lately I've started to think about how convenient and liberating it would be to have a less restricted diet and to eat what every one else eats (this will never extend to animal products as I don't view animal products as food and there is a moral reason to avoid them). On the other hand, a part of me still cares about my health, a good diet can help one deal with ocd (which I have).
I've also had this bald spot at the back of my head for over a year now (some idiots, like my father, actually think it's from a botched hair cut) and I'm worried that reintroducing refined foods and possibly even transfat into my diet will make it worse.
Should I say 'f*&k it' or continue eating well?