I am a not active woman (and I don’t do PKD if it’s news for anyone here now) but I can’t not regularly go over 2g/kg protein (about 100g for me) and going below 1.5g/kg is borderline impossible, I might do it after a high-protein high-calorie day a few times a year. I had this on every diet and extreme low-carb and very high fat doesn’t help enough, I still overeat protein, my average is best on carnivore though. But I never experienced any problem and I can’t change this anyway. But now that I can eat way more fat even on carnivore if I want, I will try out 1g/kg protein and twice as much fat, it’s still extremely low calorie so I probably need to keep adding fat until I can, it will be interesting. I can’t do it in the next 1.5 weeks but I will try it later if I don’t forget it (it’s hard not to forget things very foreign to me). It will require some planning and maybe trying out different things.
I am here commenting since long, I should at least try your fat:protein ratio for longer than one day even if I don’t want to do the other restrictions without any good reason.
I consider 1-2g/kg ‘adequate’ and over 2 ‘high’ but probably very few people need significantly more than 1.5, I am pleased with that amount for my not very active self on keto, I just can’t stay that low all the time.
And my protein intake is nothing compared to some carnivores who eat lots of meat… I don’t eat much even if I only eat meat, not like I have much experience about that. Sorry, this topic is so interesting, just like a carnivore one where I commented a lot while I still did almost vegetarian keto (and soon tried hard to stop it), getting meat is difficult for me. And I couldn’t get brains. Or blood and that’s a wonderful, pretty (while raw and fresh) and tasty substance. I loved it as a kid and it’s still good just hard to get except in sausages.
I try to be scarce in the near future but best wishes for you all!