A food product cannot be considered individually. Alone, it is neither good nor bad. It is the way in which it is associated with other food over a given period (a day, a week, etc.) and in a precise environment (who we are, how we live, what our needs are) which makes for a balanced diet. A balanced diet does not mean avoiding certain food, but eating everything in moderation and combining foods carefully.
Charcuterie products (dry ham, cooked ham, dry sausage, etc.) therefore have their place in a healthy and balanced diet. It’s all a question of balance and diversity, and the eating habits of each person.
Pleasure, taste, and satiation are ways that nature has found to show us that our habits are good and can help our body to self-regulate.
To sum up, enjoy what you eat by eating products that are tasty and good for you.