The term "outlier" keeps coming up in paleo research discussions. I know what an outlier is, by definition, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outlier, but what does it mean in the context of paleo, a movement, by the admission of those who identify as "paleo," is so diverse in ideology and habit?
I'm guessing you might mean it like "paradoxical responder." Is that right? For example, someone whose health gets worse on Paleo for some inexplicable reason? Seems like there's always that one person whose body's just a little wacky and does the opposite of what you would expect from an intervention, be it a dietary change, a medication, or something else.
Not sure if that's what you're referring to, though.
Perhaps us heathen rice & cheese- eaters lie in the shadows, awaiting those of you that choose to step away from the bonfire... the liberation of excommunication awaits in the distant moor.