every program is different - my program started at 60 grams but by 3 months, we were up to 80grams. by 6 months we were up 90grams. by 9 months we were up 100 grams and at 1 year we were over 100 grams
It is true that the larger you, the faster you will lose. You also are eating very little and eventually it will slow up your weight loss due to putting your body in starvation mode. Your body needs fuel to run and it speeds up your metabolism. I cant see how you are getting 60 grams of protein unless there is an enormous amount of protein in your protein shake and then very little the rest of the day which isnt a good way to eat. You really need to divide it more equally through out the day. THere is nothing wrong with a high protein count protein shake but you need to counter it more protein at all your other meals. You also want to eat more frequently.
In order to maximize your metabolism and maintain your blood sugars, you want to eat every 2 to 3 hours. This is best for your weight loss. It will help with your weight loss. You want each of these meals to be high protein and low carb, low fat.
You also need more food. Yes, it is okay to have a protein shake if you want for a snack but not a meal if there are only 3 of them. Dinner - I dont understand a 1/4 of an avocado and 2 crackers??? where is the protein?? Also, how is this enough food for 1day?
greek yogurt with berries
couple slices of deli meat (I am not sure if you are allowed any bread - if you are, you could have 1/2 a small wrap, or an arnold sandwich thin or 40 calorie bread
cheese sticks with 1/2 banana
chicken breast or fish or ??
if able - small potato, or rice
I was allowed 1 starch per day
I hope this helps