Sounds like you have it all figured out pretty well.
The 30 grams of protein at breakfast is from the leptin reset, from Dr. Jack Kruse (think it might actually be higher, like 50 grams?). I've not really looked into it much, but I don't think it's a necessary rule. Lots of people like the leptin reset and have had success with it, but if what you're doing is working for you, don't change it.Are there certain times of day when eating certain macro-nutrients is optimized? I've heard "eat 30 grams of protein for breakfast" for example. Is this something I should be observing? Other thumb rules?
Personally, I would get off the statin ASAP. I have heard nothing but bad about them. They are pushed on people because of a dumb hypothesis (or two, really) that aren't even true.Also, I am on a statin, fenofibrate, and 2 blood pressure meds. When should I go back to the doc to get my meds adjusted? I am thinking when I get down to 240. (200 is my goal.)
For the BP medicines, you could get a home monitor (if you don't already have one) and see if your BP drops. If it does, then I imagine your doctor will start cutting those meds back.