I recommend eating 100% coconut butter rather than peanut or almond. But almond is better than peanut.
The percentages people have here are right on, but you also probably want to keep in mind total calories just to make sure you're not wildly overdoing it in all three categories.
Depending on your size, age, gender, level of activity, etc. your calorie requirements will be different. But if you are eating 10% of your calories in carbs and your total calories are 4000, then that means you're eating 100g of carbs per day which is probably enough to stall fat loss in the average person regardless of ratios. Same idea with protein, too much protein will probably stall fat loss.
I'm a medium-sized woman, age 41, moderate activity, and for fat loss I am shooting for roughly 1,500 calories a day at percentages of roughly 70-20-10, which gives me 35-40g of carbs and 115-120g of fat per day. If I can eat fewer carbs and more fat in a day, bonus. I could be a lot more aggressive but right now I'm feeling ok about this general plan.
It actually takes work to get enough fat in there without also getting too much protein and carbs. Coconut butter, macadamia nuts, olive oil (don't cook with it), ghee, coconut oil, avocadoes, and egg yolk are my friends. If you can tolerate dairy then butter, whipping cream, and creme fraiche are friends too.