@M.E. and Redneck, CSA is great if you don’t garden or want to supplement. My parents did it when I was a kid and we always looked forward to what we got. My family started eating lots of vegetables, fruit and cooked from scratch when two of out kids had ADHD symptoms. It eliminated their problem (un-diagnosed) and improved our health. But it can be tough to ween ourselves from processed food, due to sugar content, IMO. But I found a way to eat better, even when tempted by unhealthy processed food: I allow my self junk after I have eaten 7 helpings of fruit or vegetables, all organic. For example, I always have steamed vegetables with lunch. Usually zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms or peppers. I add 2 apples and 2 grapefruit through the day. This almost always satisfies the temptation. I also don’t keep processed or junk food in the house. If I really want it, I have to go to the store. My doctor has told me I am his only patient +50 that is not on any meds. He thinks it’s because I don’t smoke, drink alcohol or soda pop. I think the good food is also responsible.