I like to view this as a power series (nerd link:
For example, let's you have some quantity, health (H), that is a sum
of a bunch of contributions:
People often think that they have to optimize on all of A, B, C, D, and all the rest to optimize on H. However, the usual case is that the importance of the terms decreases (dramatically) as you go along.
What if A is 10x bigger than B which is 10x bigger than C, and so on? Well you better optimize on A first before going on.
I also mentioned something similar today in another question:
Now to your question. All of the things you listed are way down on the list that it's going to be mostly insignificant.
Did you remove grains? Dairy? Legumes? Sugar?
Are you getting good sleep? Not beating yourself with chronic cardio?
That's the most important. The rest you can play with and see how it makes you feel. But the effect will be so small you better have everything else dialed in.
That being said I do grass fed meat because I have that luxury. It tastes better and is better for the environment. However, you can be sure that I'd go back to CAFO beef if I had a budget crunch or couldn't source grass fed. I wouldn't give up on the huge benefits of Paleo because of a minor imperfection.
Sorry for the rant but it just came out because there have been a bunch of these micro-optimizing questions lately. Get the big stuff dialed in then self experiment on the little stuff.