I grew up on nearly "failsafe" food in Norway 20 years ago: homemade bread, oat porridge with sugar, dinner with potatoes every day, meat and fish and a few vegetables. We ate just half or one piece of fruit every day because fruit was very expensive then, and we only drank fruit juice or fizzy drinks for Christmas or birthdays. When I was around 10 years old and got my own pocket money I started buying sweets with my friends and often felt sad and depressed. My Mum told us all about how bad junk was, so I stopped eating sweets and felt much better, and have never touched junk foods again. – reader, UK