I know. It’s even hard for MANY to eat enough protein! Not for some of us.
I don’t need to worry about protein toxicity as I seriously slow down after 4g/kg protein for LBM (and it’s already enough to cause serious problems for most people as far as I know but it’s not my average, just a really high protein day) - but if I ate a ton of meat, it would happen. Some of us overeat protein WAY easier than others. I overeat it all the time, actually but not to a dangerous extent. I still dislike going unnecessarily, wastefully high. I can’t afford it, for one reason. And I overeat fat is I overeat protein.
Yes, it’s easy. It’s already near toxicity levels for me in theory. It’s not about the grams only. My lean bodyweight is tiny.
I can’t do it with lean meat. I need fatty meat like pork shoulders. Fat poorly satiates me so that doesn’t slow me down, in the contrary as it makes my meat tastier. I did my personal records on carnivore with pork shoulder (way over 200g protein, over 250g fat). I still tried to eat as little as possible but with pork shoulder (and eggs, I never can skip my eggs) and too many meals (2 I think), this was that.
As far as I know it’s the latter. There are people eating very much meat but fat too, without any problems.
Oh no, there are other cases. I remember multiple people on this forum reaching it.
It’s not so hard, you yourself wrote about 3.3g/kg protein being some limit and it’s ridiculously easy to reach (especially if someone’s lean bodyweight is tiny). I could do it any day, quite easily. It’s not much food even if it’s fatty. On the other hand, staying below 2g/kg is impossibly hard for me. It’s a tiny food, not even a proper meal. It’s hard enough to stay around 3g/kg for LBM. I need to minimize fat, I need to minimize protein, it’s good I don’t need to care about carbs at least, on carnivore.
But even that limit can’t be so simple as we know some people eating huge amounts of meat without problems. Some handles it better somehow…? Probably.