I would tend to agree: lean meats (especially high quality: grass fed, no hormones, no antibiotics etc) can be part of a healthy diet. I know you are on the high fat one right now so you probably eat different cuts than I do.
Yes, I am eating high fat low carb. Sadly I can't afford the grass fed stuff.
BTW, ALL of my heart disease developed over the years when I was on a low meat diet. For decades I would have meat once a week or so. For decades I never ate eggs and the only cheese I had was that on pizza.
And for all of that meat avoidance I earned myself a calcium score of 159. I have come to believe that the low fat low cholesterol dietary recommendations are hogwash. I might not reverse my 159 CAC score eating meat and animal products, but at least it tastes good.
Oh and I bought a glucometer and found out that a lot of those "heart healthy grains" raise my blood sugar above the recommended 140 level after meals. In contrast, my after meal glucose never goes above 110 doing a low carb diet. My blood pressure is down as well. My HDL went up to 115. My tri's are 46, as opposed to over 200 back in my low meat days. My particle count is low, my LP-a is low, my CRP is low. But the mainstream doctors and dietitians will tell you that I am in serious trouble from eating meat.