Not at all! ' Sounds like a pretty healthy diet to me and far better than the junk food that half of the country eats, (or more than half).
I have more money than I need but I hate to waste food. I had some salad greens, egg plant, zucchini, peppers, carrots, onions, chicken, and cooked shrimp that I hadn't eaten and wanted to get rid of. So I threw everything into a stock pot and added some homemade stock from chicken bones that I purchase at an Oriental market. I suppose it was mostly vegetable soup with added shrimp and chicken. It made three meals for me eaten together with homemade bread. Practically fat free and filled with vitamins and protein. Just make sure the soup or stew you make has the three essentials: protein, vegetables, and carbohydrates (like pasta, rice, barley, or potatoes......actually, you need some fat in your diet too, but I suspect it's almost impossible in America to not eat enough fat!). My family emigrated from Europe and we were poor. I grew up on soups and stews and probably ate more healthily than my peers.