You know how you'll sometimes meet a person who wasn't religious until later in their life and they love to talk about it? Or someone who quit smoking and they're always giving the stink-eye to people who still smoke?
I think I'm the same with food. From the moment I started making healthier habits a priority, seeing people do what I used
to do just stuck out like sore thumb.
I wish to stress that I'd never, NEVER, NEVER
say the things aloud that I think, but I'll see a grocery cart full of crap and be running through healthier substitutions in my mind. Or I'll see someone offer something smothered in butter, and be imagining how I'd cook it to taste better without the extra crap in it.
My brain is now wired to "seek out and destroy" the old bad habits and replace them with better. No matter where I see them. Or whom I see doing them.
Afterthought: There was this study done (and I wish I could find a link) of young children who were taught how to play a game. A separate adult came in and starts playing the game incorrectly. The children immediately jump at the chance to tell the new adult how they're doing it wrong and show them how to do it right.
Just came to mind