I was thinking about this after thanksgiving because of all the high fat dark turkey meat...normally most people say that fats with omega 3's like fish oil are the ultra-healthy ones, and unsaturated fats like PB, etc. are the "healthy" fats, and saturated fats are "bad". But I was reading this article the other day that said that we get way too many omega-6 fats in our diet, and unsaturated fats like PB are a source of Omega 6 fats. What is important is that we get enough omega-3's. So my question is, if you make sure that you are getting enough omega 3's, is there any difference between getting your other fats from saturated vs. unsaturated sources? I have been avoiding fatty meats and dairy products and eating plain PB to get my fats in (I struggle to eat enough fat in my diet), but is this really healthier? Like for instance, my last meal/snack is a can of tuna (with ff cheese and hot sauce) and 2 tbsp. PB. That's about 15 g. fat and 40 g. protein. Is this really any healthier than if I ate, say, a lean steak or something that has the same % protein and fat, but with the fat coming from saturated sources? Is there any research that shows the advantage of unsaturated fats over saturated?