Title says it all. I'm just curious in regards to ensuring I'm acquiring the proper nutrients my body needs in order to prosper & be healthy overall. I'm currently bulking. I'm 6'2 weigh around 191 or so with 16% bodyfat. Basically I'm skinny fat & I've read the best way to get rid of this look is to clean bulk (unless your bodyfat percentage is way over 18% or some shit like that). My diet consists of 5 eggs (scrambled) in the morning with either 3 sausage links or 1/2 cup of oatmeal, a cup of milk & a banana. I have a protein bar & maybe a banana for my morning snack. For lunch it's a chicken thigh with green peas, broccoli & 1/2 - 1 cup of brown rice. My afternoon snack is a whey shake with milk or if I lift that day it's a whey shake with 3/4 cup of heavy whipping cream & 3/4 cup of milk. For dinner it's the same as lunch except instead of rice I have about 3 or 4 eggs & a glass of milk. I've heard the portion size method is significantly easier for recreational lifters & calorie counting is only crucial if you're a professional athlete. Here's the video I watched a while ago regarding this topic: He also made another video titled "Why Counting Your Calories Doesn't Work". Then there's this article as well: http://www.precisionnutrition.com/calorie-control-guide That said I wanna get you guy's opinions, it doesn't seem like calorie counting is really crucial tbh but what are you guy's thoughts on this? Apologies if this has been posted numerous times before.