I cannot say I am Jack Kruze's fan, but I can share some of my thoughts with you, if you don't mind :)
There are many things that he says that just totally make sense. Basically, 99% of the things he says make total sense. Not using artificial light, eating more fish than meat, eating according to your circadian rhythm. Basically, I totally agree with him on circadian rhythms, but he needs to think about people's lives. We are not living in a vacuum, you know.
His story is impressive, although how do we know that he did not loose weigh just by going lower carb? If he kept his carbs less than 50 g per day - he would have lost the weight no matter what.
I disagree with him on a number of issues. First, he allows eating all kind of junk like sausages. How does he know that they are naturally fermented?
Low-carb diet is wonderful for people with deranged metabolism, but it should not be used in a long run and can backfire for insulin sensitive people.
Also, he gets mixed up at times. I found two discrepancies on his websites. He says that once you have achieved leptin re-set, you should have carbs for breakfast and protein for dinner - which totally makes sense. Yet he always talks about having protein only for breakfast which is only the beginning of a journey. It is not all that black and white.
Also, he addresses Gut-brain axis in a less professional manner. Gut dysbiosis, SIBO, leaky gut - it is very poorly explained and the ends are loose. Even though I am not a GAPS fan, GAPS makes more sense (scientifically) that this whole leptin reset theory. I would love to buy into leptin reset - it is so easy. However, I know now that most overweight people have different bacteria residing in their guts, compared to thin people.
For example, how does his leptin reset works for people with SIBO who have sugar cravings due to their bacterial overgrowth? You cannot just ignore so many different GI diseases that lead to being overweight. It is not all about high carb, leptin, whatever. Some babies become obese at the ripe age of 6 months. Don't tell me they have too many carbs or their leptin levels are out of whack.
Last, but not least - his website with gold, silver and whatever membership almost sounds like Amway distributers. And if you sign up for .... you get to ask the guru one question per month. Or even two. Of course, nothing in the world is free, but compared to other websites, people actually explain the whole procedure to you FOR FREE. You don't have to sigh up in order to do GAPS. And what can he offer that others don't? Weight loss procedure?
Maybe I am too critical because again he does have many helpful articles on his blog. And I have to admit - his ideas are quite brilliant. However, he offers very little help to those of us with impaired gut motility and GI disorders.