ok well I guess then that the amount of protein I eat would be my biggest down fall on a daily basis. I tend to go up and down on it because I fail to input first what I'm going to eat. I did use a blood meter once and my highest reading if I remember correctly was 1 but mostly was 5 and I know 5 barely is there and other then that it was "low" but mostly 5 over like a week I think because I only had a about 12 sticks. Right now I do eat ALOT of fat that ranges about 200 to 230 daily, is that not enough??? The protein like I said goes up and down but I'm working on that. One day is was about 25 and then another day it was up to 92 so usually somewhere in between is where it lies. I cant figure out them rations like you keep suggesting so instead I just eat more fats to what else I'm eating so I do keep trying and I will continue to keep trying. At this point I don't think I care anymore about ketosis I just want to keep my blood sugar good and lose some weight.
OK, I could be wrong true enough, but let's get some definitions straight. Keto-adaptation, where you really start getting the benefits, more or less requires:
1) A Keto ratio which is high enough. This varies from individual to individual but basically is somewhere around 1.5 to over 2.0. I can maintain at 1.75. Your mileage may vary. (Blood ketone strips are the ONLY way to know for sure.)
2) Above maintained all day every day for at least ONE MONTH. At this point significant keto-adaptation will have occurred, although it continues for several months after that.
3) NO EXCEPTIONS. None. A single day or even a single meal puts you back to SQUARE ONE. So, let's say you have a perfect record for 3 weeks but then depart by eating too much protein, too much carbs or too little fat. The clock is now back to ZERO. So basically a single error per month could equal complete failure. You would be low-carb or as Peter Attia once called it, in the "low-carb zone of misery", but not keto-adapted.
If you've done all that, I apologize for implying otherwise. But, from everything I've read, it didn't seem to me that you ever have.