Using the calculator: http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/library/blbodyfatcalculator.htm, I've finally had a chance to work this out properly by measuring myself as last time I did it based on guesses.
Apparently I have 28.9% body fat. I weigh 95kg, so that means my lean body weight is 67.55kg. If you're supposed to have 0.5g of protein per kg of lean body weight, that means I should be getting around 34g of protein daily.
Therefore, if my BMI to lose weight (1lbs weekly) is 1525 calories daily, I am getting the following figures for GDA:
zero exercise days calories 1525 protein 34 carbohydrate (max) 183 - of which sugars 73 - dietary fibers 24 fat (max) 58 - of which saturates 18 sodium 3
According to a previous question, we should be getting atleast 100g carbs daily. What is the minimum fat I should be getting if 58g is the max? And is it normal that the GDA above allows me to have more fat than protein?