Here's my understanding of current expert opinions on the subject of macronutrients:
KGH -- They don't matter -- you can use either starch or fat for fuel, as long as you stay away from NADs and too much fructose.
Robb Wolf -- Match your starch intake level too your activity level; partition carbs PWO.
Chris Kresser -- Moderate paleo carbs/fat is best.
Stefan Guyenet -- LFHC is the bees knees. You can get the bulk of your calories from starches, as long as you keep fat low.
Am I off-base here? Where do you all stand on this issue?
For some reason I'm worried about adding too much CHO and not reducing my fat intake enough. GCBC was really convincing about CHO and CHD/obesity, but I'm open to the new perspective emerging in the movement. Guyenet's theory seems interesting but lacking -- I like Peter Dobromylskyj's ideas about mitochondria better. Regardless, everything seems up in the wind as of late, short of the prohibition of NADs.