First, welcome to the forums!
Protein intake is currently under dispute in the ketogenic diet community. There are opinions from experts advising the bare minimum of protein intake all the way to, as one doctor puts it, “Too much protein isn’t a thing.”
What we do know is that we have more to learn. A lot of these recommendations are more in the nature of best guesses, so far as I can tell, than actually based in solid data.
What forum members generally find effective is to treat protein recommendations as more in the nature of a minimum, rather than a specific target. The body has no way to store amino acids over a certain minimal amount, so excess protein is likely to be wasted, by one means or another. Also, the data show that people’s protein needs are quite individual, with some people needing more than the average and some needing less.
Some bits of advice, if you’ll forgive me: First, don’t worry about the outdated idea that “protein turns to sugar” in the body. While it is true that some of the amino acids we consume get turned into glucose, that process is much better regulated than was formerly believed. Second is to prioritise protein, but not to worry about it. You may feel better with getting more protein than the recommendations; you might also feel better getting less. Do what works best for you. And lastly, your protein intake should come mostly, or even wholly, from whole, real food. That way it is most likely to benefit your body, and it will be hard to get too much. (Although it is possible, so if you start to smell of ammonia, cut back a bit!)