I've been pretty much 100% paleo for about 1 full week now, experiencing a lot of improvements in health already (wasn't expecting that). Before this I was eating what I thought was "healthy"... lean meats, grains, dairy, wheat breads. It was pretty low-moderate fat, moderate protein, moderate to high carb.
For the past week though I've experienced quite a few blood sugar crashes, usually once or twice a day. Also, after eating a decent sized dinner around 7 pm, I'll wake up in the middle of the night extremely hungry, which makes it difficult to fall back to sleep (happened just about every night so far). I'm about 5'10 and 170 pounds pretty lean, decent build. I'm eating around 4 to 5 meals and figured out I'm averaging around 3,000 calories a day (141 grams of protein, 190 grams of carbs, 194 grams of fat) Ratios being 56% fat, 25% carbs, 19% protein. Protein and fat coming from fatty grass fed meats, whole eggs, butter, fish, macadamia nuts, olive oil, etc. Carbs coming from vegetables and a few bananas.
Sorry for the long winded question, just wanted to give some background info here. To me it seems like it should work but I am definitely new to this. I was hoping I could get some help on here because I do want to stick to this. Thanks a lot.