Danny Roddy is the only person that makes me doubt about a lot of paleo perceptions. I'm glad lean meats are now considered silly, and that Dr. Harris and Dr. Jaminet make sugar more popular, but there is still a list of things to think about :
"metabolic damage, fructose hysteria, fruit makes you fat, sucrose ruins your health, fish oil mega-dosing, calcium isn't important, avoidance of dietary salt, etc."
The amount of times I hear that calcium is not important freaks me out. It's supposed to be okay because vitamin D3 and other fat-soluble vitamins increase absorption. Partially true, but calcium is still of utter importance and we should think about it way more than we currently do.
Also, I agree with you there's a lot of thyroid talk lately. I hope all those with problems will take Danny Roddy's advice on how to reduce estrogen seriously, because they did help me (I now walk around in T-shirt the whole day because I'm just not cold) :
Protein (especially gelatin), orange juice, reducing endotoxin (carrot), consuming enough calcium (& VD,VA,VK), can all improve liver health, which handles excess estrogen.
As for scientifically analyzing the post, I'm definitely not the right person to do that.
I love his website design btw. Nice, simple graphs and a good layout. Compare that to Dr. Kruse's blog ...