So now I just listen to my body and eat as reasonably as I possibly can and work out regularly. For me that means eating meat.
You know, this is good because the important thing is that even though you didn't stick with something like Fuhrman's advice or veganism 100%, you still took something away from it that will made you better off which is great!
I'm sure that now even though you don't eat a pound of greens per day, you probably still make better choices than you did before.
...too many people make will often say "Hey, eating this way is too difficult, forget it", and they go right back to eating the way they did before...treating like an on or off switch. I like to view it like having a dimmer switch instead. You can push the dimmer all the way down and eat like total crap, you can push it all the way to the top and eat optimally, or slide the switch to somewhere in between. You know the results will be directly correlated to the position of your switch, and that's just the choice you make...but you can also adjust it at any time.
Maybe that's a lousy comparison...I don't know. I just hate to see how some people treat healthy eating as an all or nothing situation at times.