Since I've started to eat easy to digest foods (carbs from fruit mostly) and included dairy (having taken it out for 4 years) I finally feel alive! People will argue that the 'lifestyle' choice isn't a cult, but the moment you mention something that isn't in the Paleo bible (diet of fucking bacon and broccoli), people are quick to bash you out of the group. There are very, very few exceptions from the paleo authors.
I think that it's mostly important to upgrade the quality of any food group in this 'lifestyle choice' rather than obsessing over whether or not it's good for you. One's body will inform the effects of food group 'X'.
Looking back, I cannot believe how much I spend on supplements and these supposedly "super foods" that aren't supplements, but are "food". I never felt or looked any different taking them, but I feel great not pouring what little income I have into a jar of powder and instead buy raw milk!
Thanks to those whom helped me realise that there is more to what we eat than meat and veg. Thanks for holding a mirror up to my reality of the past few years and helping me realise that it was not working. Just because someone wrote about it doesn't mean it works.