Again, a supplement isn't going to dictate whether or not your protein intake is higher, lower or whether or not you're cutting carbs. Your goals dictate this. If you're goal is to put on some more size, then chances are higher protein/carb levels would be beneficial. If you're trying to cut down, then dropping the carbs a bit is going to be beneficial.
Again, don't base your nutrition on a supplement, base it on what you are actually trying to do. Once you realize this, you'll be much farther ahead of the game.
For instance let's say I am trying to put on size and I decide I need 9000 grams protein and 9000 grams carbs (obviously I'm just putting out random numbers).
Now me taking AnimalStak doesn't mean I now need 10,000 grams protein/carbs. AnimalStak may help you reach your goals quicker or more efficiently, but it's not going to change your approach to training and nutrition.