I know from experience that sometimes our perception of how healthy we are and how healthy we are or are not eating influences our well-being, so in defense of what you're eating, I give you this tidbit from the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America.
Is there a place for fast or "junk" food?
Children with IBD face special challenges, and eating nutritiously is high up on the list. Parents would like to think that there's no place in a healthy diet for fast food, but this may not be true. Some of these food provide a valuable supply of nutrients as well as calories. Take pizza, for instance. The cheese offers calcium, protein, and vitamin D; the tomato sauce provides vitamins A and C; and the crust supplies B vitamins. The same is true for other popular favorites such as hamburgers or cheeseburgers, although all of these foods also contain more fat and salt than should be consumed on a regular basis. Milk shakes and ice cream also offer a good source of calcium, proteins, and calories. If lactose intolerance is a problem, that can be overcome by taking commercially available lactase in tablet form before consuming any dairy products.
Taken from: http://www.ccfa.org/resources/diet-and-nutrition.html
That being said, I'm always for having a wider variety of foods in your diet that you can tolerate. Fresh fruits and vegetables are definitely delicious. I have to cook/steam my veggies now, which I think make em taste better. I don't have much in the way of specific advice, I just hope you are able to expand your diet to include the foods you want.
Male - 22
Dx'd w/ UC on 7/14. Recovering from an eating disorder, please no major diet mod suggestions.
Currently taking: Lialda 2x, Looking into VSL probiotics. Vitamin A+D and a multivitamin.