Never heard of it but tater tots have zero nutrition. It's over-processed potatoes and
taters don't have much nutrition in the first place. I guess if you put enough chicken
and tuna along with fresh veggies it's not too bad. Just adds unnecessary weight.
A good food plan would be:
Breakfast: low fat milk on cooked 9-grain cereal (buy it in bulk from health food store), mixed with cooked oatmeal and wheat bran. Add some nuts, raisins, craisins and berries. Drink hot Ovaltine.
Lunch: tuna or turkey sandwich on whole grain bread with bean or alfalfa sprouts and some yogurt w/fruit. If you had meat loaf for dinner, bring a meat loaf sandwich (NO mayo). On cold days, a squatty thermos of hot chili or split peas with ham.
Snacks: Fresh fruit (banana, orange, apple, kiwi, grapes, peach, nectarine,
Dinner: Big caesar salad with white meat chicken, tomatoes, olives, 3 kinds of lettuce, 2 kinds of shredded cabbage, shredded cheese, shredded or sliced carrots and zucchini, hard boiled eggs, broccoli, cauliflower, tofu..
Squeeze 1/4 tomato over it or use lemon juice -- instead of salad dressing.
Foods to avoid: pastries, desserts, sugar, salty foods, syrup (even canned fruit in syrup), peanut butter, potatoes, white bread, rice, pasta, canned veggies, ice cream, oily foods, soda, coffee...And of course no tobacco or alcohol in any form. Both of those add wrinkles and destroy your organs.
To keep your skin clear, drink water. Veg. juice is good too. But not canned juice (too much sugar.)
Join a gym; they have all the equipment there. Much cheaper than buying your own.
If you lack energy to exercise, take Stress B vitamins.