No, I'm not joking. I understand the benefits for some of cutting down on carbohydrates. However, when people think they need to eat massive amounts of animal products, that's when it starts to get a bit crazy (and suicidal) sounding to me. Most people would think you have to weigh the benefits of cutting out carbs against the health issues associated with consuming meat and dairy* and think about what you care most about. Nope - you can cut down carbs, AND avoid a heart attack in the future. And it really isn't that hard either.
To help you out though, here are a few pages filled with advice for new vegans on low-carb diets:
You're welcome :)
*For more information - check out my 'health' page and/or read 'The China Study'