You've been doing paleo long enough to have your gut healed by now, so maybe you can start on some lean gains style intermittent fasting. Adding in some coconut oil instead of coconut milk will help as well.
To do IF, do it only on the days you work out, it's easiest to have a feeding window between 12pm-8pm, so you'd essentially skip breakfast. If you feel hungry in the morning, just have coffee with a little bit of coconut oil, and you'll find the craving goes away. Maybe supplement with 10g BCAA 15 minutes before a workout. Then maybe around 10am or so, have some another 10g BCAAs. The BCAA is a signal to grow muscle, even when fasting. You'll find you have less food cravings when you're fasting, than when you're eating. It sounds counterintuitive, I know, but I've noticed that firsthand.
If you feel a sugar craving, have a little bit of glutamine each time (something like 1/2 a teaspoon). You'll get used to this pretty quickly. (Brains crave carbs, but can use glutamine instead, so this will stop the cravings, but coconut oil, not milk, will do the same.)
Workouts should be resistance training, not cardio. Resistance training with/without weights will build muscle which will cause more fat loss, though your actual weight might go up. So ignore the scale, and just measure your waist instead.
Be sure to get plenty of rest on your non-workout days, don't try to sneak in extra work outs. Get 8-9 hours of sleep, enough hydration, etc.
One thing about eggs is the lecithin. You might want to supplement since you can't do eggs, since they help resolve fatty liver issues which, if damaged by fructose, would prevent weight loss.
Stay away from carbs, especially fructose as you won't lose any weight if you go heavy on the fructose. If you're not trying to do it the hard way, no more than 100g of carbs/day.
These will cause insulin spikes otherwise, which is the signal to store fat.
Also, whey is very insulogenic, which means it will cause you to gain fat.
Skip breakfast as much as possible, and if you have it, have it as proteins/fats only.
If you overdo the low carbs thing, you'll feel stressed out and you might see a bit of hair loss, then add in a little bit more carbs, but keep the carbs under 150g at all times until you're at the levels you want.
If you really want to monitor things, don't bother with a scale, or get a scale that will measure body fat, muscle, water, and bone content. Ignore the total pounds. Fat does weird things, so you may find your weight going up and staying level for a long time, then overnight, you lose 3-4lbs.