However, unless you do something about this, you are still in the same boat. You may want to spend some time on FitDay or another nutrient calculator and make sure you aren't missing out on vital minerals and vitamins. Sometimes simply adding a bit of liverwurst, chicken livers, nuts, cheese, or certain fruits and veggies can get you where you want to be. Oysters are very nutrient rich and make up for a lot of bad eating.I could basically survive on nothing but meat, eggs and fat without any mental anguish whatsoever. Unfortunately, I'm very conscious of my meat's sourcing and I'm not a fan of organs/offal - which makes life as a carnivore hard on my budget. Plus, it's probably not the healthiest way to eat
What you are describing is basically Atkins--low carb/high fat w/o much thought to nutrition. It looks like you got the right oils figured out, but you could still use a few more high-impact foods.