If you have access to the Precision Nutrition forums, you may find this thread interesting.
I particularly identified with Lauroo, who had this to say:
What I have found helpful is simply to stop reading/listening to what other people are saying/preaching/suggesting about how/what I should eat.
Instead of spending hours of my time over-analyzing everything about eating/food, I took a huge step back and began eating foods I want to eat at times when I felt like eating them.
I do loosely follow a set of "rules" by eating mostly whole, unprocessed foods, cooking meals instead of dining out, keeping portions reasonable but most importantly just listening to what my body is asking for.
12.30 tomato soup with chilli, refried beans, goat cheese, kangaroo mince and avocado
2.30 poached egg, baked beans, mushrooms, tomato, silverbeet
5.30 leftover vege and tofu curry
and half a grapefruit
9.30 cottage cheese, cocoa, stevia, peanut butter