If you assume Pg =60 = 10% of cals, Cg =6 = 1% of cals (carbs taken from eggs & nuts only) that leaves 89% for fat
This would give you 238g fat with a total of 2400 cals which I think is round about your BMR + activity
Of course you may not want to give up plant matter.
For me the numbers would be 50g protein 5g carb & 198g fat giving my a ratio of 10-1-89 & 2000 cals which I think is a bit high for me as my BMR is only 1372 without activity.
If I stick with the same Protein & carb levels & drop the fat down to 127g I get a ratio of 14.5-1.5-84 & 1370 cals. So for me I will do this (am not very active at present) & see what happens at the end of the week.
PS: Phinney states in his Art & Science of Low Carb Performance that 0.6 x current LBM is the lowest you should go (which for me is 62g). Everyone has their own ideas I guess. This is why it makes it all so confusing & why we have to keep experimenting.
Last edited by Ddraig Goch; 02-18-2013 at 12:16 PM. Reason: clarification
The problem for me with any equation that says to figure protein by multiplying any number by current or any LBM, is the difficulty in getting an accurate measure of LBM. Unless you want to invest in a Dexa-scan.
I do best if I split my protein evenly, right now I am shooting for less than 23g per meal.
l Hope this gives you some ideas