I think it might be because I'm use to hearing that fat is bad, but I feel almost like what I eat right now is too tasty to be healthy. I've been eating about 2500-2600 calories / day (looking to shed about 20 more lbs) and lifting heavy 3 times a week. I'm 22, male, 5'11", 188lbs, and probably around 20% bf.
For breakfasting I've been eating 3 eggs cooked in butter and 2 slices of bacon, with 1 cup whole milk. Then for lunch it's about 6oz of homemade sausage with a slice of cheese, lettuce, and tomato. And then dinner is 10oz ground beef with broccoli stir fry. I also take multivitamin and fish oil.
I almost feel like in order for it to be healthy, it should be mostly vegetables and less meat. I'm at 27% protein, 8% carbs, 65% fat. Can this really be healthy just eating around 4 cups of broccoli every day? or am I just brainwashed by the whole "carbs are good, fat is bad"?