I think a lot of people here get a little too obsessed with "what Ori says". It's kind of strange honestly. To be quite honest, I found that much of the "rules" of the diet have little true
scientific support behind them, or even firsthand support by actual WD/AED "practicers" who can attest to the virtues of what Ori teaches (let's be honest, statistically there aren't a lot of us around, and the vast majority of fit/muscular people do not
follow a WD/AED plan at all).
Before you label me as a basher, I am not
saying that Ori is not correct in most cases or that the diet does not have merit - IMO it certainly does and is working very well for me - but ultimately this is Ori's philosophy and beliefs, and what works for the majority of people who follow his program. But it is not the Gospel. Frankly I'm not sold on a lot of the food combination rules, and after I get more in tune w/ my body on this diet I eventually plan to experiment more with it - tweaking it to what works for me, whether or not it agrees with "what Ori says".
If that means I have a big peanut butter and honey sandwich every once in a while, so be it