As a 100% fat-adapted gal at 2.5 years LCHF/keto - I’ve found that TMAD + regular resistant starch (white basmati fried in ghee, 1/4-1/2 cup which is only 10-20 g carbs) or the high fiber carbs of of 1/2-1 sweet potato in a general high alkaline context (daily veg filling 2/3 of my plate at least) has been very helpful for my metabolic agility, mental stamina, and ongoing recomp. But I am a midlife female and what works for me may be overkill for you.
No, RS isn’t obesigenic (not talking about weight, talking about measurements) for me when in a proper LCHF/keto framework aimed at keeping carbs under 100-150 grams total. RS and fiber get processed in the lower intestine, by feeding the good bacteria which then produce massive butyrate which then fuels fat-burning, etc. Some folks need to never go beyond 50g total - but many high intensity weightlifters and well fat-adapted midlife females find that keeping the metabolism agile and the microbiome well-fed boosts recomp.
Another thing to keep in mind is that the fat recomp process involves phases of water-laden fat cells which have higher volume, more weight, and are more wiggly. Assuming that you have new fat may be a wrong assumption. Also, the gut bacteria when healthy comprise about 6 pounds - and restoration of a healthy gut is a very good thing. In addition, it can take a few years for the body to restore healthy lean mass (bone marrow, bone, muscle, tendons, connective tissue) depending on one’s collagen and protein intake.