As Foreman said, 1-1.5g of proetin per pound of bodyweight. A good amount for you to shoot for would be 180g. Get this amount through consumption of lean beef, chicken breast, fish, eggs, milk as well as healthy supplementation.
Thats not the end of the story. As for carbs, if you don't get enough, its all bad news because when yuor body runs out of glucose from either dietary carbs or stored glycogen, it converts your dietary protein (by gluconeogenesis - i think) into glucose or catabolise muscle tissue. As you can see, carbs are just as important as protein. If I were you, I would shoot for about 360g carbs. Take note for a few weeks and adjust accordingly. Too much fat = lower carbs, not after the results you were expecting = up the carbs.
This is an easy fix. Start eating. What the hells wrong with you. A lot of people believe in 1 gram of protein for every body lb. I believe in 1.5-2 grams. Try this. Keep the fats at a reasonable pace. Have 1.5-2 grams of protein and 3 grams of complexs carbs a day. This will do it. Add good EFA's fats to your clean diet and grow.