If this is your case, then you are a part of the majority of people in the US.
Unfortunately, our diets are less than ideal, and the stuff they show on TV is mostly crap! (Sorry, not sorry...)
But for those of us who want to stay healthy, it is our job to learn what's better for us.
Build better drinking habits–this one is actually simple with Baikal tea. As you drink less coffee, caffeinated teas, or alcohol, you are still going to have some cravings.
These withdrawals are natural. Just steep a cup of Baikal Tea instead of your second cup of coffee.
We've noticed that a can of regular tasteless bubbly can alleviate some of the cravings (especially for beer, and sodas).
That said, you can keep your first morning cup of joe for now, until you can completely ween off of it.
Remove vegetable oil–This one is a must, if you want a longer and healthier life.
Don't use vegetable oil in cooking, and don't buy anything that has veggie, canola, grapeseed, and other bad oils in the ingredients.
Use virgin olive oil, coconut oil, and butter for cooking.
Good fruits–Cantaloupe, rhubarb, melon, strawberries, apricot, blackberries, cranberries, papaya, peach, plum, raspberries, kiwi.
Try to avoid bitter fruits like apple, blueberries, cherries, grapes, pear, pineapple, pomegranate, banana, fig, or prune, unless you bake them...
If possible, bake the fruit before eating (such as a baked apple or pear).
Good grains–Amaranth, barley, buckwheat, millet, quinoa, basmati rice, brown rice, rye, teff, rice crackers, wheat-free crackers.
Meat–Organic or free-range chicken and turkey, wild game, lamb. Eat only meat, not skin.
Good nuts–Ground flax, pumpkin, sesame; cooked grains; nuts and seeds, including nut butters.
Seafood–Ocean fish are an excellent source of essential fatty acids and should be eaten two or three times per week. Poach, bake, or broil wild (not farmed) cold water fish.
Avoid farm-raised fish.
Vegetables–Steaming vegetables helps our digestion and extraction of food nutrients.
Use minimal raw vegetables except as a salad. Eat at least one or two green vegetables each day:
Asparagus, bean sprouts, broccoli, red and green cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, lettuce (green, red, romaine, mixed greens), radishes, spinach, watercress, string beans, beets, bok choy, brussels sprouts, chives, collards, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, onion, parsley, red pepper, pumpkin, rutabaga, turnip, zucchini
Some artichoke and sweet potato.