Hey everyone, I have been eating a daily 100% organic/grassfed/free-range rotation diet composed of mostly animal meat/fat and above ground vegetables and a very small amount of fruit for about 5 months. I have also elimated grains, beans, and nuts due to their phytic acid. I dropped in weight from 165 to 150 and dropped in bodyfat from 11% to 9%. I was getting only 1200 to 1800 calories a day due to my budget. I am trying to add calories through animal fat, avacados, and some oils, but it would make up about 50 to 60% of my daily calorie intake. Is this too much. I can only afford to eat a pound and a half of meat a day which only makes up 50% of my daily calories. I can only budget 100-200 calories from above ground vegetables daily, and the rest would have to be high quality fat. Is this healthy? Do you need to worry about getting enough calories on a 100% high quality organic/grass fed\free range diet or do I still need at least 2,000 to 2,500 calories a day.
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Should I be worries about getting enough calories?