Should I be counting calories? via /r/Fitness

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Hello guys/girls,

I have started ‘seriously’ lifting probably for the first time now. Just finished my first week of SS after having done SL on and off. I’m 15 years old and I know I cant outtrain a shitty diet, even though I’m pretty sure my diet is definetly not shitty. I’m starting to get conscious about my nutrition, like for breakfast I usually make Oats (cooked in a pan with milk probably 300 ML of milk), 1 scrambled egg made up of 2 eggs (with bacon if I bought some) with around 300 ML of milk to usually sip on. But for lunch at school, that’s where shit hits the fan, I have no idea what to bring to school, I tried to make some healthy burritos but they didnt stay that well, so I usually just bring PB Sandwiches, drink lots of water and have a (tuna)salad. I always bring…

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