I am stunned that you haven’t received a straightforward response to this, because it’s a great question with a simple answer: you do not need to meet any macros at all. Don’t eat starches and sugars, eat real food, and stop eating when you’re full. Try that for a few months and see what happens.
I urge you not to listen to people who tell you to eat more fat or more protein or whatever. It’s all nonsense IMHO. Don’t be afraid of fat, is all I’d say. If you eat the right foods when you’re hungry and stop when you’re full, your body should self-regulate. Eat as much as your body tells you – that’s the most attractive thing about this way of eating, at least for me.
Please please read my initial post on this thread: Stop telling newbies to eat more fat! You will almost certainly be eating a lot less than the 70-90% fat that weight-stable people are eating, because your body will tell you to stop eating before you come even close to that “macro.” Don’t overthink. Don’t count macros. Listen to your body. If you have trouble in a few weeks/months, then you can come back and think about whether you want to start tracking your macros/calories in an app like Cronometer or something.