I used to take a lot of supplements. Since the anxiety issues I reduced a lot of what I took. I used to take in too much caffeine. Now it's mostly the staples...Multi, fish oil, vitamin C, Vitamin D3, probiotics... I've got cupboards full though of Acetyl-L-Carnitine, grape seed extract, creatine, BCAAs, CoQ10, CLA, pantothenic acid, DMAE, etc etc etc. I don't use these as much anymore though.
My diet is, and has always been pretty clean. Lots of lean cuts, slow digesting carbs, eggs, healthy fats, fruits, veggies, water water water... What kind of foods are you recommending for endothelial tissues? I consider pretty knowledgeable in regards to health, but I'm going to have to Google that one.
I should be good on zinc, I eat a decent amount of red meat and take a hefty multi as well.
Great. What you wrote above is better than I did at your age. One thing to realize: industrial chicken and eggs are unnaturally packed with arachidonic acid due to the ridiculous way in which they live and are fed. Imo this will likely bite you later in life. I cannot possibly tell you the grief that inflammation will cause you when you get past about 35-40 if you don't keep in under control. I have quite a few links on the subject and want to do many more:http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Hdr_Inflammation
Now inflammation causes young men issues though as well. It can cause thyroid, adrenal, allergy/asthma issues and can worsen things like depression and so on in young guys. When you get a little older it can contribute to Crohn's, diabetes, arthritis, probably accelerated andropause, Alzheimer's, various cancers, prostatitis - the list just could go on almost endlessly. Have you seen what happens to the typical middle-aged person around you? You can thank inflammation for that.
Again, nothing to panic about at 29, but start reading on the subject from time to time and you'll save yourself a world of grief later and, in the meantime, drop the industrial meats and go to truly clean foods instead. Did you know most of the eggs you buy have arsenic added to them? There are so many examples of dangerous things they do to meat - even "lean cuts" - that it's too much to put into one post. But you want range fed and lean imo if you are going to eat meat.
Now you eat pretty close to Paleo it sounds like. I could be reading more into it, but you seem to be avoiding dairy and grains, which is of course the gospel of Paleo. Well, I would just add one thing to your prescription: keep your LDL levels down.
Loren Cordain, the father of Paleo, did a fantastic paper in his earlier days and he showed that all the modern primal peoples that we know of had cholesterol below 150, which, of course, means their LDL was quite low. Cholesterol is really a pretty meaningless number - it's really LDL that counts. If you keep your LDL down, you'll have no arterial plaque (almost for sure) as you age.
To get an idea of the numbers that many of the experts cite to actually reverse plaque, I discuss that here:http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Your_LDL_Levels
Now at 29 you do not need to actually reverse plaque. But you want to make sure that it does not build up. One author you'll really enjoy reading is Dr. William Davis. See his book Track Your Plaque.
Again, virtually all the ultrahealthy cultures - even the ones that eat a fair amount of meat - have fairly low LDL levels.
I'm a Low Fat guy and believe in low fat meats. http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Low_Fat_Meats
Everyone believes in healthy fats - even low fat guys like myself. The issues is how much and, if you read Dr. Davis - who is NOT a Low Fat guy - you'll see why the science is so strong that you must protect yourself from arteriosclerosis. If you don't, you'll end up like most of the older men around you who have almost zero nitric oxide coming out of their arteries due to plaque.
And the 96/4 ground round is NOT low fat and is not anything like the lion's share - no pun intended - of wild game...