If you can consume a healthy diet all of the time without it causing you some issues then that is fantastic. But, bear in mind that anxiety could be laborious and we aren't always aware of it. If your chosen diet is causing you undue headaches when it comes to food purchasing or preparation, or if you are more worried about the nutrient value of your meals compared to the joy of eating it, or if you avoid social situations where you'd be eating food that didn't fit together with your regime then may I suggest that your diet is causing you anxiety.
Normally, they simplify down to being busy, eating natural foods and connecting with others and ourselves. The 3 should be in equilibrium for us to experience whole health and happiness. A lot of men and women get overly focused on one or some of their first two and fail the latter. At times, an obsession with fitness or diet, as they're more easily manipulated, is actually a way of avoiding dealing with the doubt of our relationships with ourselves and others.
If your diet is causing you anxiety consider what you really wish to achieve. Also think of what beliefs are driving your eating habits. Is what you are doing really helping you to feel wholesome and joyful. The ultimate aim for all of us is to be joyful. If you want to be healthy then why? Most of us want to be healthy so that we can feel good and enjoy life. Is your current path delivering that outcome?
The trick to being healthy and happy would be to equilibrium consciousness with enjoyment. Eat natural wholesome foods, but only foods that you enjoy eating. Eat for pleasure in addition to nutrition. As soon as we smell or even consider food we like the taste of this stimulates the production of enzyme-rich spit in our gut and lactic acid in our gut. Eating food you like is advantageous emotionally and physically.
Our bodies are actually quite resilient and that which we think also has a strong effect on the health. Unless you've got a specific illness or well-being issue then in the event that you've got a foundation of feeding your body the nutrients it needs to function effectively you may relax a bit about what else you eat. If everything else is in equilibrium and you feel that having a bit of birthday cake at your Mother's celebration is OK then it will do you little harm. Conversely, if you believe that having one piece of cake can do irreparable damage to your body then that belief will probably manifest itself somehow.
There's nobody perfect diet that will lead to ultimate wellness and eating is one of life's pleasures, so relax and revel in it. You can be healthy and happy.