It's here in this excerpt from the New Atikins:
Laura said:It's the combination of fat and a relatively high intake of carbohydrates—particularly refined ones—that can become a deadly recipe for obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and a host of other ills. We've touched on it before, but in this chapter, we'll prove to you that dietary fat is fine in the context of a low-carb lifestyle.
I am probably not seeing the obvious here, but I wanted to ask for some clarification about the comment that Laura made. Basically how I am seeing it is that if one eats too much fat with a high amount of carbs, that is the deadly mix? I am asking because for those of us who are still on the elimination diet, should one limit the fat consumption while not restricting carb intake. Or am I way out in left field here? I have ordered both "The Vegetarian Myth" and "Life Without Bread", and soon will start reading them.