No, like most people that try things sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. I made it clear then that if it fell apart, I knew exactly what I was doing so I could change it. A 40p/40c/20f wasn't working for me after an amount of time, I was missing too many food items and the curse that is alcohol came into play too much.
I never returned to the weight I was when I started in 2009, unlike a lot of people who then go even higher. This has been the easiest dietary change out of all of them, and for me the most effective. It might not be for you, fantastic - don't do it, it's not for everyone and at no point have I even suggested that someone else goes on this. I wouldn't, I would tell them to read into it at most.
If you come here just to criticise something you have zero knowledge about, and just want to repeaet out of date mantras that have very little truth to them... it's not going to make a difference to what I do. You enjoy your fruit, I'll enjoy my meat and together we can both enjoy what we eat.
I'm not making wild assumptions at all. I'm just stating that having a big lump of protein within an hour of waking up is the best way to set your metabolism for the whole day. That's just a hard, hot and throbbing scientific fact.
That wasn't your assumption, and naturally I agree with you based on my own breakfasts. Your assumption was that everyone has a protein heavy start to the day.