I think there might be a question on this issue, or at least it has been discussed in some other questions. I'm currently doing leangains-style approach with IF, and have a pretty decent "swing" in my carb intake: Rest days 100-120 grams, workout days 380-420 grams. Fats are about 85-100 on rest days and 40-50 on workout days.
As it is instructed on leangains-site, workout days should be low in fat, and rest days moderate. I was just curious about any thoughts you guys might have, I've started to have less carbs in the first and second meal and then about 50% of the rest day carbs in my last meal, like this
Rest day Meal #1: 100 grams prot, 20-30 grams carbs, 50-60 grams fat.
Rest day Meal #2: 60 grams prot, 20-30 grams carbs, 0-10 grams fat (this is more like a snack, and i might skip it and have a larger meal# 3).
Rest day Meal #3: 60-70 grams prot, 60-70 grams carbs, 30-40 grams fat.
I try to shoot a total of 2150-2250 cals on rest days. Is it bad to have such a high fat meal as the first rest day meal around 11-12am, say if i worked out on the previous evening and had a high prot and high carb meal around 7-8 pm? Having a high fat meal helps to keep me satisfied better throughout the rest days (sometimes i feel like eating all the time on rest days), and have majority of the carbs (starch and/or fruit) later during the day. I've noticed that fruit intake earlier the day makes me wan't it more throughout the day, and even though I'm not trying to limit fruit intake too much, I don't want to go overboard (it's pretty easy with a bag of organic tangerines or a whole cantaloupe in the fridge :)).
Also, if the last meal has about 60-70 grams of carbs from a combo of veggies/starches/1-2 servings of fruit, is 30-40 grams of fat too much accompanied with the carb intake?