Well, you are asking two separate questions, right? One is whether you eat VLC. The other is whether you follow PaleoNu.
Dr. H has moved further away from VLC. If you ask him he would say that VLC or LC was never a necessary part of PaleoNu, and I think he would be correct to say that; he always insisted that keeping an eye on macronutrients was important mostly for those who want to lose weight or keep a "broken metabolism" in check. But I think we can also say with fairness that there used to be a much greater emphasis on low-carb, or perhaps, put another way, that it used to be more of a theme for him. Consider the famous "I'm so bored with the Kitavans" post (here) from a little over a year ago. The real essence of that post, I think, is that paleo is not necessarily low-carb but is necessarily non-high-carb. That was always one of KGH's rallying points. And a certain low-carb "inflection" went along with it. Today, listening to the Jimmy Moore interview (I'm about twenty minutes through), he seems to be "inflected" a little differently, and the message that paleo is not necessarily low-carb comes through with a lot more emphasis. Similarly, the "Get started" page on the website has changed quite a bit. Gone are the somewhat lengthy sections on insulin, hyperinsulinemia, and anthropology. This goes hand-in-hand, I think, with the changed emphasis with respect to carbohydrate. (And probably reflects some influence from Stephan, et al.)
Just to clarify, I am by no means complaining or "calling him out" on changing his mind. Nothing wrong with changing your mind. I just find it all interesting.