John Keifer has written some articles about this. It's basically timing resistance exercise and carbs to synchronize with natural insulin sensitivity fluctuations throughout the day.
If I understand correctly, here's how it works: You are less insulin sensitive as the day goes on -this goes for both muscle and fat cells. Because of this, Keifer recommends eating protein fat very little to no carb all day. Resistance excercise workout should be from 3 - 5 pm which will make your muscles more insulin sensitive by activating GLUT 4 while at the same time fat cells are experience the natural insulin resistance that happens as the day goes on. Finally, he says one should end the say with high carbs which because of the timing and exercise will be shuttled to muscles instead of fat. At the same time the carbs are supposed to activate fat burning enzymes and leptin sensitivity.
I am most attracted to protein /fat foods, but I'm interested in incorporating some starchy stuff. Does this protocol make sense? Has anyone done this?