I'm glad to hear this is sustainable. I like eating this way.
"Low grains" is a better description than "low carbs," it's true. Although most days I don't eat very much fruit at all, not compared to what I used to. I try to make up for it with more vegetables, which I have with every big meal. Snacks are mostly nuts, cheese, etc. with a drink of protein powder and water. When I have grains, I have them on my carb-up days and take advantage of them.
whfoods has been a tremendous help in making sure I get all my nutrition. I was able to look up the fruits I stopped eating on my "low carb" days and ensure I added vegetables and other foods (spices, mostly) to make sure I get them. So I don't feel unhealthy. And as I said a couple times in this thread, I'm looking much better too.
Using a rather simplistic waist/wrist/weight bodyfat calculator and measurements, I went from 87kg and 34 waist and 14% bodyfat after bulking up to about 82kg, 32.5 waist, and 9% bodyfat. I'm not sure those measurements say it all though, because generally I hold weight in my lower back above the waist and in my butt...both of which have shrunk a lot. Since I fight at 83kg, this is great...still a bit of bodyfat to drop, but that gives me more growing room while I stay at the same weight class. If only my injury-prone body will hold up, I'll be all set. It's nice to have an eating plan that I like, instead of one to do until I reach a certain goal.