[*]Avocados are great for you, the type of fat and the vitamin / antioxidant profile in them is among the best you'll find.
[*]All cheeses are relatively high in LDL fat and provide less than optimal nutritional value for the calories consumed. Like all foods though, they are perfectly fine in moderation. Goat, cream, neufchatel, and cottage are all pretty low in fat content.
[*]Omega 3s can also be found in certain nuts (especially walnuts), grass fed meats, and green leafy vegetables.
[*]Try to eat the most colorful fruits & vegetables you can. As a general rule of thumb, the more color a fruit or vegetable has, the more antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals it will have.
[*]Carrots, peppers, and tomatos (if we consider it a veggie) are great, easy to incorporate vegetables that have great nutritional profiles.
[*]Raisins are fine but are very calorie dense due to the fact that they have very little water content (and thus occupy less space in the stomach) but still have roughly the same caloric value.
[*]I believe it's difficult to make blanket "good or bad" categories of rice based on their color because their may be a lot of glycemic index variation within a given color based on their origin.