In all seriousness, you would be better off using a 40/40/20 split diet but if you are going to do this the CKD way here are some tips:
1. Stick to the calories requirements in the book. You might think its excessive but its not. If you did a basic calorie requirement calculation for your bodyweight, it would be around 4500 calories. Depeding on previous history, workout plan, daily activity, diet and bf% that would be adjusted even further
2. ALWAYS limit saturated fat, peroid.
3. The protein sparing effect of ketosis is highly overrated. Even Lyle will agree and states this in UD2. There is no need to stay in ketosis.