New to the site, seeking advice. I've been eating a Peat inspired nutritional plan for around 10 months now (came over from paleo) and I got to say it's made me feel quite better. The biggest problem I saw in the beginning was learning to eat more fruits and lay off the veggies. However as of recent I'm getting bored with the grassfed beef and pastured eggs, which is pretty much the only two protein sources that don't have massive amounts of pufa. I drink raw milk and eat grassfed cheeses, but I also body build and need more protein then what dairy offers. I currently take in about 250 grams of protein a day, so I definitely need meats. Between chicken and pork which one is better? As of right now I've been leaning towards chicken, considering I can get my hands on some nice boneless, skinless, pasture raised chicken breast. But if someone has info that suggests pork is better i'd love to know. Also, I've estimated my pufa content is around 8 or 9 grams a day. So i'm not sure how much it would increase adding poultry into my diet and if I would need a vitamin e supplement or not. Any input would be helpful, thanks. I should also add I take a bone broth protein powder and a collagen protein powder as well, which accounts for some of my protein.