A good goal to shoot for is one gram per pound of LEAN body weight (so it's probably less than 132 grams for you unless you have 0% body fat) of bodyweight per day for maitinance of muscle mass. Shoot for this if not trying to gain. You can go just a little lower to balance it out if you still think you're converting too much to glucose.
You need a little more than 1 gram per pound for building muscle. You can shoot for 1.5 gams per pound of lean mass when shooting for a bit of gain, some may go as high as 2 grams depending on the intensity of their workouts.
If trying to gain, I'd start with 1.5 grams per pound of lean mass, and if that doesn't seem to be doing it, raise the amount a little.
Be aware though, that you need to be consuming more calories than your maitinance level in order to "bulk up" which is essential to gaining strength. You can't simply displace some of your other calories with more protein and expect it to still work. You have to eat more protein as well as in general, more calories overall to see any gains (or at least readily noticable ones).