Adding more fruits and veggies is a great idea. But my opinion is that cutting out whole food groups isn't, unless you specifically have an allergy to that food. Lectin is used by the body to identify cells so that proteins know where to bind and where not to bind, etc. If you aren't allergic to them, they are a required component of our dietary intake. They are actually in a lot of foods (mostly plants), just in higher doses in some things then in others. This is basically a low carb diet (sorry, but 130 grams of carbs is low carb). The initial weight loss will be great, but it is mostly water and then the weight loss is more muscle then fat. Personally, I believe eating a well balanced food intake is still the healthiest option. But if you think you may be allergic, see an allergist to be tested.