In the end look at their motivations and arguments. They argue that
"their diet is perfect for all humans, perfect for the environment, doesn't kill animals, is the absolute best diet you can possibly eat in every single way."
I don't think my diet is perfect in every way and it's hard to discern what's best for others. I am very suspicious of people who claim one perfect diet, particularly if they are incredibly ignorant of ecology, anthropology, anatomy, zoology, economics, agriculture, biochemistry, genetics, nutritional science, and horticulture.
I think it's possible for some people to do well on such a diet, particularly healthy adult males. I guess it's working for CastleGrok now, but he's not militantly strict and hasn't been doing it that long. I wish him and all humans well in their experiments in finding diets best for themselves. I accept the limits of human knowledge and the diversity of our species and don't feel qualified to say what's the best diet ever, but I think based on logic we can rule out this diet as some "natural human species diet."