Using % comparisons too the Inuit is silly.
Average Active Dude = 2400 Cal @ 80/15/5
f = 213 g
p = 90 g
c = 30 g
For an active man 90 grams of protein is not enough.
90g of protein for an active 125lb women may not be enough.
Average Active Inuit man circa 1905 = 4000 Cal @ 80/15/5
f = 355 g
p = 150 g
c = 50 g
At 150 g there is adequate protein.
The problems are not too much fat it is not enough protein. If you ate 4000 cal to get 150 g of protein you will get fat really fast.
At 90 g of protein and 30 g of carbs you will start losing LBM (too a point).
AAD @ 2400, p = 150, c = 150 (as per PB), f = ?
p = 25%
c = 25%
f = 50%!
AAD @ 1800 (weight loss goal) p = 150, c = 50, f = ?
p = 33%
c = 11%
f = 56%!
AAD @ 2400 (ketosis) p = 150, c = 30, f = ?
p = 25%
c = 5%
f = 70%!
There is the 70% but why would you do this?
The problem is not in the fat but in the protein.
I always assume people know what I am talking about. Big mistake.
Not that I think you should know what I am talking about. Bah! See what I mean haha!