Yes, here is some sensible advice.
1. start counting calories -- eat a moderate or proper amount for your body. that might mean even going 'sub caloric.' Maybe you want to restrict down to a certain number, like 1300 or 1500 a day.
2. consider not being very low carb (VLC) and keep your daily carb amounts to between 50 and 100 grams -- which is what the PB says it he optimal weight loss zone;
3. figure out the right ratios for you -- you might be lower fat than the next person. that's ok. figure out what is right for you.
4. get enough rest and movement -- no excuses.
In regards to the rest, there are a lot of areas where people go amiss. For example, wine. Look, i think wine is a wonderful thing -- i don't drink it myself, but it's still wonderful. Some people find it so wonderful that they drink a half a bottle or more every day with dinner. Yeah, that really messes with your caloric amounts. And if you offset your alcohol calories by not eating (you know, taking in liquid calories instead of food calories), then guess what? not enough nutrition.
I'm not say this is you. I have no clue how you eat or what. Maybe it's your 20% is too high. Maybe it's that you eat "primal bread" and other things like this that are really treats and not really all that primal (imo). I know a lot of primal (women in particular) who go for the primal junk foods and treats, and do not get the results that they seek. Seems pretty obvious to me, but to them, not so much.
So, here goes: describe your day/week and BE HONEST with us.