You sound too thin. Are you eating enough? Have you used a program like chronometer or nutridiary to track how many calories you're eating in a day?
It's normal for me. I meant 5'5... hahaha
I agree, use Cronometer, you'd be surprised how much protein you are actually getting. I get around 40-50g a day from just fruit and veggies. I'm really strict 811rv right now.
I do use chronometer.
Do you eat greens? 80 10 10 recommends eating 1-2 ibs of greens/day. If you haven't already, read the book.
If you are eating a lot of dates and getting 2500 cals/day then 20-25 g's sounds about right, but then you aren't really eating much variety and will eventually be lacking in certain nutrients. It's fine to have staples like bananas and dates, but you need other types of foods too like melons, greens, different color vegetables and citrus. Switching fruits out seasonally is essentially what the book recommends.
I do in green smoothies.
No number .There is no such thing as a protein deficiency in non-famine conditions. The only medical condition related to a deficiency in protein is "kwashiorkor" which occurs in poverty and famine-stricken communities in Africa. As long as you eat 2500+ calories a day, you will get more than enough protein. There is no food that does not have enough protein for humans.
Remember, human breast milk has 5-6% calories from protein. That is the most you'll ever need in your life since you are multiplying in size as an infant. Right now, you need around 3% calories from protein. So whatever that works out to in grams is fine. Again, don't worry about the number, since there is no such thing as a protein deficiency in non-famine conditions. Unless you are anorexic and restricting calories, you will not have an issue with your body consuming its own muscles and bones or anything like that.
WHO recommendation is minimum 0.8 grams of protein per day per kilo of body weight.
94 lbs = 43 kg x 0.8 = 34 grams protein