I loved the whole post, and it has lots of great quotes! But this line was a revelation for me:
"Pork and chicken are permissible in moderation, but are far less healthy due to excessive omega-6 fat content."
That information was new to me, and it explains so much! Before starting paleo three weeks ago, I hadn't eaten red meat in over 30 years (no, I wasn't raised that way, I'm just old). At first I was a tofu-eating veggie, and then for the past 15 years my protein has consisted of eggs, a rare piece of pork or bacon, and TONS of chicken. The chicken was often tasteless and hard to digest, but at least it was "good" protein. Because obviously red meat was evil, right?
When I went paleo I continued eating the same proteins as before. Although I now knew that red meat was good for you, I just didn't think I'd ever be able to eat it again. But when I dropped the toxins from my diet, I immediately started losing all desire for chicken or pork, and within a week I couldn't force myself to eat either one. So that left red meat as the final resort. The next week I bit the bullet and tried some good grass-fed beef and bison, and had no problems at all, quickly learned to love it! (I also still eat eggs daily, no problems there--just like Stanton says.)
Still, since I didn't know why I'd lost the desire for the other proteins, I worried whether relying on red meat all the time would eventually cause me to lose the taste for it, as well. The above explanation answered that question conclusively and was a tremendous validation that my body really does know what it's doing. (Usual disclaimer: We are all unique, I'm not saying this is right for everyone; it's just what works for me.)