What's it to you? His site has success stories just like this one. It's more about healing and nourishing the body than it is about losing fat, because any extreme dieting is bound to do some damage, and very few people can be trusted to not take a diet ideology to extremes.
Originally Posted by NoSaladWithoutMeat
If your notion of supreme health is bound up in the modern image of the man with the chiseled abs, then that's quite narrowminded. Modern food has its problems, but that doesn't mean that it is completely useless in all aspects. Like I said before, Stone doesn't post things with the intention of having followers who adopt his musings to the letter. He posts different viewpoints to consider and encourages people to get untangled from dogmatic diets and question everything. How is that scary? Do you feel safer if all health bloggers err on the side of CW (which seems to have shifted to the paleo side) and try to hold the hands of their readers as though they were children?
By the way, only one of those things is "paleo," and two even fall in the gray area of "primal."
Oh woe that is me bountiful fresh berries, butter, cream and bacon...
You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!