I do one or two carb-up days at whim, if I start feeling run down. That means sweet potatoes and extra veggies, and I usually time it over a day I know I might cheat, like dinner at the mother-in-law's, so I'm at least already rolling in starches anyway. But most work days I keep carbs to 50g, more or less, for five to eight days in a row. I think my coconut milk may have been just a little calorically dense for my needs (and the grocery bill), so I've just decided to swap it out for more meats. We'll see how it goes, but it's day two and I'm craving meat less, and not missing the fat drink. But I was at 75% fat on my intake, this new plan takes me down to about 50 to 60 percent. Protein, I'll be shooting for about 100g instead of my old 70g "good enough for my budget" mark. The rest is spinach, cauliflower, carrots and broccoli - all frozen organics. Then avocados, apples, zucchini and similar. Trace amounts of seaweed, canned mackerel, sea salt, coconut oil, tallow and spices. But I've already lost a total of 45 pounds, these are just the last ten or fifteen. To be honest, my goal weight was 175 and I'm already at 170 and see no reason to stop dropping fat. But I'm also adding muscle, so I don't expect the scale to budge.
As for workouts and timing, I really like to fast after a workout for a few hours, then eat some meat. But I'm also not constantly trying to set new records, my goals are slow and steady health maintenance...with slight improvements over time. I'm already up to 10-15 chin-ups and over thirty push-ups, and fit for a good run or a four or five set of hardcore sprints. I'm as fit as I need to be to control my risk factors and keep illnesses at bay. The rest is just fun and games.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.