Originally Posted by BigPecsPeter
1: no way to answer this question as you haven't stated your body weight.
3: 100g of carbs is not some magic minimum dietary requirement, but is typically the minimum to avoid ketosis. Higher carbs will improve energy and performance. Easy to get 100g worth as they're so abundant in foods.
I just wanted to reply to this comment. When I am in ketosis, I have eaten around 150g of carbs and still was in ketosis. I did not eat that many carbs every day but after I eat that many, I test for ketosis just to see and I am still in ketosis.
I use ketonix. It is a device that you breathe into and it measures the acetone concentration of your breath to determine if you're in ketosis or not.
I also get into ketosis when I am doing RFL. I no longer do a keto based diet.