I recently read an article in the winter Edible Indy magazine (yeah, so I'm behind on my reading) where a self professed 'healthy' chef described indulging in some foods as if it were a sin and that he would need to confess his wrong doings. (Insert major eyeroll, make gag noise)
Seriously, let's stop judging food. It's just food. It's not a commentary on your morality. Sure, one should be aware of what you're consuming, be honest with yourself, but give yourself a break. geesh. Am I making sense? I don't want to over simplify but I don't want to complicate the matter either. We feel free to eat delightful treats. We should also feel free to turn them down when we want to also. It's OK if you really don't want to turn them down. Eat it, savor the flavor, enjoy, move on with your day.
No need to confess your food indulgences, unless you want to tell me where you found that tasty morsel so I may enjoy some too.
Moderation in all things, especially food.