Some good advice for a junior is to enjoy the food you get at home! Eat a balanced and mixed diet. The only changes that you should make are eating more on days you train, eat less on days you dont train, start avoiding foods that are bad (you know these already: chips, chrisps, fatty foods, soft drinks, etc) and start eating foods that are good for you (again you know what these are: unprocessed foods, fruit and veg, complex carbohydrates (e.g. potatoes and pasta, not sweets or table sugar)).<br /><br />There is some other good advice on this site, check out some of the other posts. Start thinking about what you should be eating, follow your own good advice!<br /><br />The fat will go as you train harder and longer as you mature, if you make any radical changes to your diet at your age both your performance and health will suffer!