Just an interesting note in passing ...
I'm being guided by Pebble's sticky post on page 1, re: how to work out what to eat in what proportions. I multiplied it out to calories this morning, and my macros (goal weight 60 kg = 60 gm protein, 30 gm carb, 120 gm fat) comes to 1240 calories. Which is pretty much what standard weight loss wisdom suggests for a women my height. So there you go!
Also, somebody up-thread was asking about how to get the right fat intake. I apologise for not doing the direct quote thing. Anyhow, fwiw, here's my approach:
I scramble my 2 whole eggs with a good chunk of grass fed butter plus a tbspn of CO. I eat 1 small/1/2 large avocado with protein for lunch, with olive oil/lemon vinaigrette. I eat fatty protein for dinner, cooked in butter/CO - plus butter melted on my veggies, or cooked in butter/CO. Or else, if I'm having roast rack of lamb, I make sure to buy a small rack that's got a really big fat component, and eat all the fat along with buttery veg. Plus I have 3 mugs of broth a day, with a tbspn of CO in each mug. If in between meals I'm feeling too hungry to wait, I'll eat an oz of triple brie, which is also very high fat.
I haven't weighed every bit of fat yet, and I won't unless something goes wrong. I'm more eyeballing things and so far so good. For the record, 1 tbspn of CO is 14 gms fat. So I'm looking at roughly half my daily intake is CO, which is good for a lot of health things as well as the fat intake.
Hope that's of use to someone!