Amelie (beautiful name!), it's great that you're thinking about these things!
Yes, the fat is high, but I'd be far more concerned about how low your calories are. Under 1200 cals, your body starts holding on to your fat in expectation of coming starvation. You need to eat more than that to drop weight, paradoxically. Perhaps you can add in some fat free dairy (like yogurt or cottage cheese or milk), beans (which are great for you on SBD anyway...), hummus, etc to up your calorie intake.
Though it's great to keep your fat to 30%, I think (and this is just *my* opinion
) that it's much more important where your fat is coming from. If your fat was all from healthy sources, I'd worry less. Since most of it is saturated fat (though much better than trans fats!!!), it's a bit worrisome. Perhaps on the days that you have bacon, you can have a chicken breast instead of a turkey burger? I haven't checked this personally, but I've read several times that turkey burgers can actually have far more fat than lean ground beef. Our grocery store carries ground beef that's only 5% fat. I think there are some kinds of ground beef (is it chuck? sirloin? I'm awful with meat names!!!) that could be even leaner. Or you might try (though not in Phase 1) a gardenburger or one of the burgers from Morningstar (I love the tomato basil burger
...though that's not fat-free...).
You're starting a great discussion...thanks, Amelie!