I have seen a lot of non-paleo "mom" or cooking blogs* lately advocating the use of fats - lard, coconut oil, etc. They may make a token statement that fat is not really the enemy, or even go so far as to link to the Weston A. Price foundation website. Meanwhile, these bloggers will often combine these elements, say, with white flour or other whole wheat flour. (One I know even has a wheat grinder to grind her own flours!) In other words, I'm seeing evidence in non-paleo blogs that the lipid hypothesis is being rejected, but I haven't yet seen these bloggers give any thought to giving up grains, or wheat/gluten.
What do you think? Are these bloggers on the right path and due to their willingness to flout conventional wisdom will probably one day foresake their grains? Or is this a terribly misguided new stance - accepting healthy fats while retaining their use in combination with grains - from which they are unlikely to progress? What are the potential impacts of these bloggers' published food choices on their readership (which in many cases numbers in the thousands or tens of thousands)?
*ETA: To avoid confusion, in this case, I'm not referencing traditional cooking blogs which feature thorough adaptation of WAPF principles (like soaking/fermentation of grains before cooking).