Are there any bad foods to eat?
True liberation from deprivation dieting is what I recommend, so no, there are no "bad foods." The goal is to learn to eat absolutely anything at all, in moderation. You should always feel joy when eating. Never go too hungry, feel deprived or go against your better judgment.
It's not the individual foods you eat that affect your weight stability: it's your overall food plan over time. That is why I recommend true, liberated, sensible moderation – eating a little of everything. This is a humane, simple way to live. Of course, there are some foods you'd best not eat a lot of. Briefly, the foods to avoid in high quantities are those that are high fat, high calorie, high salt. On the other hand, eating tons of healthy foods isn't good for you either!
So then, what to eat? Follow your instincts and intuition, eat what you like, in moderation, and eat what you know you should eat in order to maintain good health. If you have a weight problem, it means you’re eating too much of something, and not fully using the calories that you consume. If there are foods that you're eating compulsively (without the ability to control it), then there's a deeper problem in you that needs your attention, care and love to alleviate. Begin by asking God for help.