The above remarks in the opening post are the biggest load of b*ll*cks imaginable. None of the tribes Weston-Price studied practised a genuine rawpalaeodiet. The closest to rawpalaeo were the Inuit and yet even they ate something like 50 percent of their diet in cooked form. The rest all did something wrong, such as eating grains or raw dairy or whatever.
Now, many HG tribes benefitted by undergoing caloric restriction and Intermittent Fasting which helped alleviate some of the negative effects of their deficient non-rawpalaeodiets - plus they went in for greater levels of exercise which, just like fasting, has been shown by scientists to reduce a little the levels of heat-created toxins in the body(well, only in the case of AGEs/advanced glycation end products). However, that, of course, does not make those HG diets remotely healthy, in and of themselves.
As for WP, he blithely ignored multiple evidence showing that some of his tribes were not remotely as healthy as he had claimed( 2 years ago, here,I gave previous examples re ill-health among the manioc-eating Maori, for example), plus his whirlwind tour around the world made it physically impossible for him to get sufficiently accurate data to support his silly claims.
This makes me yearn for the good old days of stocks and tarring-and-feathering.