Some of the interesting points that I remember is that, because no grains are consumed their is no issue for celiac disease, but the diet does have some nutritional drawbacks. Here is the wiki link, the article is really interesting since I studied archeaology in university. As I do with most things, I think information like this is really cool to store in my brain database as diet options if I can getting bored or tiered or frustrated. It is obviously clean and so meets that criteria.
If you have time to read this, or you already know about this diet choice, let me know what you think. Does it have it's merits (I think so) but what I would like to do is see how I can incorporate the best of the best into my life for optimum performance, health and lifestyle efficiency. I have a whole lot of reason's in my life to be in peak physical health. Some of them include, mark, annaliese, luke, patrick and me!