I avoid anything with palm oil, vegetable oil or any ingredient that I cannot spell, pronounce or explain where it comes from.
So, that means most soy-based substitutes for "real" food .
I tend to focus on real foods. As unprocessed as possible.
I like this. Easy to follow and easy to understand. I eat a small amount of tofu (once a fortnight?), use organic soy milk to cook and make the occasional smoothie, enjoy the occasional organic soy yoghurt with fruit but generally only eat 'whole' foods. I make fresh fruit and vegetable smoothies, eat masses of salad and plates full of veg, add quinoa, oats, lentils, chickpeas etc when I remember and try to eat mackerel or salmon 3 times a week.
I have tried to include some extras (like Booja Booja 'icecream' - delicious!) but nothing is completely 'whole' or 'real' so they have become very occasional treats (the Booja has agave nectar in - not ideal).
The vegans out there...were you vegan before OMS? If not, what tempted you to give up the fish? I am tempted to become completely vegan (it feels like the right thing to do? Not sure why) but that goes against the OMS advice of fish oil...... Your thoughts are appreciated!