I've seen these studies over time, and plan to go lighter on meat and heavier on the plant fat and plant protein. The nutrition profile of meat is good, but excessive protein and specifically iron are apparently detrimental to health. And unlike things like B6, eating more B12 (your big animal only source) is of limited help.
There is also some argument for simply broadening the food base. The less you are concentrated over a few items the less likely you are to eat enough of 1 thing to get the present toxins up to a level that can hurt you (every plant, and to a lesser extent every animal that eats them, will have something bad from you. And your body overcoming such things is probably important to health - but there is such a thing as to much).
I'm also keen on the argument that at least half the food in paleolithic times would have been gathered, ie. the non-hunters truly pulled their weight.