"First of all, diet composition varied widely. Many groups were almost totally carnivorous, with 46 getting over 85% of their calories from hunted foods. However, not a single group out of 229 was vegetarian or vegan. No group got less than 15% of their calories from hunted foods, and only 2 of 229 groups ate 76-85% of their calories from gathered foods (don't forget, "gathered foods" also includes small animals). On average, the hunter-gatherer groups analyzed got about 70% of their calories from hunted foods. This makes the case that meat-heavy omnivory is our preferred ecological niche." - Whole Health Source: Composition of the Hunter-Gatherer Diet
And yes I can still define low carb as less than 30% carbohydrate. This amount is 150g of a 2000 calorie diet. And again its only an average there are 46/229 getting less than 15% from carbs.
But note that this isn't just some random blog post like yours is. This actually has reference to "Ethnographic Atlas" by Dr. George P. Murdock. This is also the book used by Eaton and Cordain in their published research. So please drone on about how its just something I'm just stating. Its as factual as we know at this time.
There are very few to no societies left today that are untouched and still in the form of what their actual traditional diet was. The Okinawan are fine examples of that. Studying today's traditional diet is vastly different from what was consumed that actually produced superior health. Actual traditional Okinawan relied heavily on pork, hog, and lard.
The evidence you present consists of one blog post. It has much more "because I say so" in it than what I have presented. BTW, I think I'll begin looking at "modern human species" and move forward in your link...I see no reason to make assertions from further back than that. Again, low carb shows great promise and has helped a lot of people in terms of both neurological problems and in treatment for metabolic syndrome. Its also proven to be a form of diet that many (I dare say most) HG's studied survived on BEFORE civilization encroached. I don't agree with unfounded fearmongering turning people away from what could be a life saving tool.
This is my last response. I tire of going through the motions with you on this. Particularly because you will somehow divert this to "just eat real food" which nobody is even disagreeing with. I'm sure we are agreeable on about 90% of the issues so there is really no more I have to say here.