Do you even know what YOU'RE talking about? Do you know what a keto diet is? In order for one to be effective you have to basically eliminate the intake of carbs to force your body to use the ketones from fat as a source of energy. 60-70% fat is pretty standard for a keto diet while using an intake of protein that is sufficient enough to maintain your LBM, you're not going to make any gains on a keto diet unless you implement a glyco supercompensation at the end. Of course, there will be incidental carb intake but mainly from fiber sources such as veggies.
If any substantial carbs are being taken in it would be peri-workout and would ideally be from an insulinogenic source.
You may want to look at a modified keto diet plan that resembles a more traditional carb cycling rotation as keto diets are not advisable for extended periods of time (about 10-14 days will produce decent results).