I quickly looked at the book and at the site, and these are my conclusions:
1. The author has no medical training. Saying that he graduated from A medical school in Russia in 1976 is as vague as one can get. Russia is famous for its medical schools. If he indeed graduated from one, there would be no logical reason not to name it.
2. The above suggests that he is quite possibly a fraud.
3. There are a number of factual inaccuracies in his book.
4. The book is self published--always a warnning sign. And there are no credible reviews on amazon. By credible I mean an official third party review.
5. He sells his own supplements quite aggressively. Another warning sign.
6. I think it is quite an elaborate and well executed scam targeted at those who are dissatisfied with the American way of eating and what is presented to us as a healthy way (low fat, high carbs.) I'm sure he has an eager audience. He might be even sincere in his beliefs.