I've been reading a few of Berardi's articles on nutrition recently.
AFAIK, he recommends eating a protein/fats up until you workout, along with fruits and vegetables. For 3 hours after you workout, your energy levels are high and so you eat a ton of protein/carbs (not necessarily from just vegetables/fruits at this point) for awhile, and then you go back to what you were doing with high protein/good fats and fruits/vegetables.
This doesn't seem all that big of a jump from what everyone else recommends except for the getting your "morning" carbs strictly from fruits and veggies. Unless I'm mistaken, fruits/veggies tend to have very few complex carbs and are instead mainly sugars and that stuff, which tends to get burnt pretty quick. Thus, you aren't getting a lot of energy for your workout it would seem. Most everyone else recommends eating protein/complex carbs in the morning so that you're getting energy that will be more time-released and you'll be able to use it later.
Why does he recommend this?