If I can convince you to take your fat calories up to 50-75% of your daily caloric intake, and you keep your carbohydrates low (5-10 grams per feeding), you can lose weight. Increasing fat calories and decreasing protein calories, eliminates hunger and sweet and starch cravings. The easy way to do this is to add olive oil or butter to your protein, and keep your total daily calorie intake under 1500 or so. Get 300 calorie, 6 ounce, frozen ground sirloin burgers from Costco, and add 1 tablespoon of olive oil to each burger. This takes your calories to 400, and eat 4 burgers a day. Or add 1 tablespoon of butter to every egg you eat, which takes your calories to 180, and eat 9 eggs (3 – 3 egg omelets) a day. If you haven’t tried increasing fat and decreasing protein, you’re in for a pleasant surprise. You’ll be much less hungry with far fewer cravings.