Tomorrow's meal plan sounds great!! I think someone else explained the macronutrient calculations in your other thread, do you understand now? 68g is the size of an egg, but its not all protein, most eggs have about 6 grams of protein, so in your example you'd have to eat 11-12 eggs to get your protein. Also avocados have around 20 grams fat, so you would eat 8-9 avocados worth of fat. Celery has hardly any carbs, so you could eat lbs of that. Obviously you want a more diverse diet than that.
Can I ask why you want to limit your carbs to 34 grams a day? I would suggest staying in the 50-100 range while you are starting the diet so that you can feel really good on it. I would again advise you to stay away from IFing until you feel like you absolutely need to not eat. Your body needs a ton of optimum nourishment right now and I think that you need to stay far far away from depriving yourself of healthy food.
Also, I saw your current and goal weights on the other thread and looked them up. Your current weight is well within the normal healthy weight limit for your height. You are not fat, lady. Your goal weight is borderline underweight. That is not a healthy goal. If you are looking to tone up and gain muscle with crossfit you will more than likely not want to get down that low. That weight at your height would be all skin and bones. If that's the look you are going for then you'd want to rethink this diet and crossfit because they both build mega muscle and muscle is heavy. I believe Batty weighs in at 155 at 5'6" and she is skinny and totally ripped, and wears a size 6. If you wind up gaining weight on this diet, it will most likely be muscle, and that's good! Also, since you are of normal weight you are not going to lose as quickly as the other people here who are recovering from obesity.
So let your goals be to become healthy and strong.
How much zinc are you taking? Some anorexia is linked with zinc deficiency. You might try taking extra. I have read that taking 30mg/day is safe. And as far as your calcium level, I would focus more on getting enough vit d (so 5000-6000iu/day if you don't get full exposure midday sun) and vitamin K2 (in shellfish, pastured butter and cream, organ meats or supplements), and magnesium. Those will help your body absorb and use Calcium.
Adding minerals wherever I can.