Eating well is easier than most people think. Simply look for color. The more color nature has given a food, the healthier it tends to be. Blueberries? Very healthy. Broccoli? Same. Many of the foods we tend to eat in modern society lean toward the paler colors such as white. Or cream. Or off-white.
The ancient Chinese physicians believed that there were five color and if they were all represented in a meal then that meal was balanced. Try adding some fresh vegetables to a meal or quickly stir-frying or steaming some new flavors. Some foods can be prepared in ways you may not have imagined. Dark leafy greens can be sauteed in a light cooking oil and sprinkled with some sea salt to make a delicious side dish. If you have friends that cook, ask them for ideas or suggestions.
Creating a healthy diet isn’t about scrapping everything and turning over a whole new leaf overnight. It’s about adding something new here and there until your life organically has become more vibrant and full. Good luck!