One question I often get asked is, "What should I eat?" A simple way to answer that would be "Stick to what God created."
Fruits and vegetables, cereals, meat and fats. If you've ever tried to eat a low-fat diet, you know first-hand that it's not only difficult to stick to, but just feels crumbly. You don't have much energy and you have problems concentrating. This is because fat is our number one source of energy.
There are certainly good and bad fats. Some good sources of fat are oils that are high in vitamin A. Coconut oil is amazing and great for skin and hair. Olive oil high in vitamin E and antioxidants.
So, keep in mind that when you eat healthy, it is not necessary to count calories or even limit, which is to nourish your body.