If you're carb sensitive, don't increase the protein to compensate for that. Protein, too, can be actuated into glucose which is the product of carbs. Also, the carbs you're taking in are mostly fibrous (vegetables), which provides little to no energy/calorie expenditure.
By completely cleaving carbs to the bare minimum will not yield quick, easy results. In fact, you'd be surprised; you can actually plateau quicker by doing this. Of course, the decisive factor of this is calories, but carbs take up a big chunk of those calories.
I also agree with Tim, variety is important. Not only for health benefits, but for your overall results from this protocol