Helen Razer, co-author of A Short History of Stupid: the decline of reason and why public debate makes us want to scream, is not a fan of the paleo diet, or of Pete Evans who wrote the book promoting it as suitable for infants. This is the least sweary bit of her blogpost about it and him:
Even if we agree, and I believe that sometimes we do, that late agricultural practice is wanting and medicalisation can create as much disease as it cures, we cannot agree that you could find your arse with two hands. With two hands, Google Maps and a year of intensive arse-finding workshops.
Monitor: Anne Maria Nicholson