Sorry to further dampen things BillyM - red meat (saturated fats) is very hard work for the liver to process; you eat that and probably feel very bloated and tired and need a Siesta to get through it
How about fish and brown rice with steamed carrots, broccolini, baby corn, snow peas, with a spoonful of coconut milk and lime juice ..mmmmm
Brown rice is far better for you than white - brown only has outer hull removed and hence saves most of the nutrients, white is stripped down so badly it actually has to be fortified with vitamins to be sold here.
Brown rice has protein, fibre, very minimal fat and no other sugars than tiny amount of sucrose; all the Vitamin B complex, minerals - magnesium, manganese, selenium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, iron, calcium, chromium; and NO vitamin A, C, D, E!
Fish will give you protein and omega 3 (depending on type e.g. Salmon is higher), easy to digest; carrots - betacarotene -converts to Vitamin A in your body; broccolini - protein (surprised?) fibre, calcium, potassium, betacarotene, B6 and folate, Vitamin C and other trace minerals.
Awesome, I feel hungry just talking about it
Nevertheless, the fact is we no longer can get the Recommended Daily Allowance of our nutrients from food as our grandparents did. Our soils are depleted by overfarming and pesticides; our produce is stored for weeks and months in refrigeration before it reaches our shelves; buying things cut up rather than whole depletes nutrients through oxidation (exposure to air) and the way we cook can further reduce things. Sickness, stress and poor diet/appetite further depletes our bodies and makes us deficient and more time indoors means lack of sunshine and vitamin D. Living in the UK - apparently widespread deficiency of Vitamin D.
Everything works synergistically so taking some supplements without others can be a waste of time because they can't be assimilated in the body. It really is hard to work out what's best for us individually .....