Ok Ok Ok. Breeeaaattthhh. Phew!! Eating healthy doesn’t have to be all nit-picky. As long as you get everything in, you should be fine: fruits, veggies, whole wheat, fats (nuts avocado peanut butter etc). Check out my FAQ for more information and guidance on exercise for fat loss and basic nutrition. If you still feel like you need help, shot me a message off anon, I’ll try and help you any way I can.
But to answer all of your questions: I don’t use supplements at all, I believe in getting your nutrients naturally. I’ve never had ensure milk and I’ve never even heard of fortijuice. Oats are great for you, and I’m assuming oat biscuits are like oat crackers? I also don’t know what digestive biscuits are… crackers with a lot of fiber? As for meat, I’ve been a vegetarian for five years and don’t know too much about the different meats, but I do know lean meats (chicken, turkey, etc) are better for your heart health than red (beef, ham, etc). Fish is better than other animal meats because it’s lean ad provides omega 3s. So I’m sure smoked salmon is healthy, but again, I’ve never had it. Avocado is wonderful for you! I have about 1/2 an avocado per day, but I’m not going to tell you how much is “too much”. That also depends on what else you’re eating throughout your day. I’d say about an avocado a day is generally good. Moderation in everything. The flavors for ice cream don’t determine how healthy they are for you. Vanilla is no more healthy than chocolate or rocky road. Ice cream is generally ice cream regardless of flavor.
No worries, I don’t mind answering many questions, but just try to look at more of the big picture than little things. Remember your fruits and veggies and to exercise. Those are usually the typical things people tend to forget or not do so well on when it comes to health :)