Beer and wine
Look, beer is necessary for human survival, and is absolutely healthy in moderation. Plus, it'll help motivate you to exercise more. You know it's processed via brewing barley, yeast, and hops -- stuff like herbs and spices make their way in there more frequently now -- but that doesn't stop you from drinking it. Nor should it. If beer isn't your thing, pick up a glass of red wine, which is good for your heart and your sanity.
Extra-virgin olive oil
EVOO is perfect for virtually any food occasion; a dip for bread, a major ingredient in sauces, and an excellent low-heat cooking oil. It's also full of the healthy kind of fat, monounsaturated, which is why it's associated with important things like not dying. You can't imagine your cabinet without it, but olive oil isn't just siphoned off of an olive tree; it's made by pressing whole olives -- usually done by machine -- then is bottled for your consumption. Same goes for coconut oil, peanut oil, and all the other healthy cooking oils. Don't try and be a hero and make your own. Buy it from the olive oil gods who know what the hell they are doing.
Baby carrots aren't naturally grown on baby carrot farms, as adorable as that would be. They were actually invented as a way to save carrot farmers from throwing away all their ugly carrots, because Americans can't handle eating a vegetable if it's less than the Platonic ideal of that vegetable. Now all those ugly carrots get cut down into the cute baby shape that's perfect for being packed up and sold at the grocery store, to help you get your vitamin A.
With more and more people shunning dairy milk -- a whopping 65% of adults are lactose intolerant anyway -- plant-based milks have exploded on the marketplace as a preferred replacement. Almond milk is especially popular, and at just 30 calories and no sugar per serving for the unsweetened varieties, a healthy alternative in moderation, assuming you avoid the versions made with loads of stabilizers and preservatives like carrageenan.
You're going to be shocked at this next fact: almonds don't naturally produce milk. They must be picked, pulverized with water, strained, and most versions have salt and at least a few preservatives thrown in. Despite what you may have heard, almond milk is still more environmentally friendly than dairy milk, and has more calcium to boot.
If your body digests dairy just fine, then protein-packed Greek yogurt is a perfectly healthy option to keep in your fridge. Make sure it's plain, of course, because flavored yogurt typically means you'll get an unwanted heap of sugar. Greek yogurt is made from a highly specified process. First, regular yogurt is made by fermenting fresh milk with lactic bacteria, then that yogurt is strained to remove the whey (liquid that’s left after the milk is curdled), leaving you with thicker, more protein-dense Greek yogurt. Also, that bacteria you eat with your yogurt helps boost your microbiome, which is important for maintaining your immune system.