People I work with generally eat healthy in the CW sort of way- and most everyone works out a bit too. Two of the more fit guys that I work with seem to be very unapproving of my "no grains, no sugars" WOE (that's my simplified way of telling people how I eat). I don't know why but I thought since they were both quite conscious of what and how they eat, plus very specific as to how/how much they work out that they'd be open-minded about my WOE. Nope. At different times both of them have exactly said, "You know that's really unhealthy for you, right?" One went on to say, "But what about the fiber?" I just shrug and say it's working for me. They don't push and I don't push.
Funny thing is, they never say that to our other coworkers who will sit down with a giant Philly cheese-steak and fries, or a BK super-duper whopper with a giant pop. But me, with my eggplant lasagna? Danger, Will Robinson!
Because if you didn't know, of that is life made: only of moments; Don't lose the now.