I am on low carb >30 grams a day in order to make my body burn fat efficiently. I'm trying to lose 15 pounds, and have heard being aware of calories and being low carb makes for the best weight loss situation, but I've also heard though that too much protein can be converted into glucose just like carbs, and it's better to have more fat. I'm not a huge fan of having avocado everyday because I get sick of them easily, and I'm keeping nuts for a maintenance phase, so I'm not sure if my ratios are good. How much protein and fat should I be shooting for every day? Here is an example of my day:
Breakfast: 2 Eggs with a grass fed ground beef patty (1/4 a lb) and some spinach with small spoon of butter (probs half a T)
(I don't eat lunch, but have an early dinner)
Dinner: A bed of kale with a T of butter with ground beef, or some kelp noodles with ground beef and marinara sauce, or a meat veggie soup, or a steak salad, or chicken and a salad are typical options.
Do my protein to fat ratios look good? 5'1 131 lbs, looking to lose 15 pounds again