I still don't get the coconut thing after reading that, to be honest... Also, coconut chicken isn't made with coconut oil, it's just real, unrefined coconut (encase you thought it was drowned in some kind of transfat...).
Anyway, I checked this - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturated_fat
And it shows the difference between Lauric acid, Myristic acid, Palmitic acid and Stearic acid in all sources of Saturated Fat. The most significant thing I seen in the coconut oil was the Lauric Acid (whatever that is...). YOu can click on the link to Lauric Acid and, according to Wiki, it doesn't look like a bad thing but, this is going way deeper than my basic understanding of nutrition...
Also, I wouldn't recommend grain fed beef. It was (previously) my understanding that you got more total fat in the meat as a result of the grain based diet and therefore, if fatty cuts of meat is what you're after, why not get grain fed... Not all grain fed cattle are treated terribly. However, if it's the profile of the fat that matters more then, that makes sense...
I was actually talking to a good friend of mine last night, a life long farmer. He says they used to inject the cows with GH and feed them loads of grain until it became illegal (as it is throughout Europe). Now, the cows just kick around the fields (which they basically all do in Scotland), eating grass. Twice per day they get a trough, which is not much bigger than typical bath tub, filled with grain, between 40-50 cows. The only time they're inside is for milking and during the worse months of the winter, where they still eat grass but get a feed of grain twice per day. He also told me that when the - i've forgot the name but let's just call them - the farm inspectors, you can't even have those rubber/plastic pipes that farmers use to whip the cows that are trying to make a run for it when they're on the way to milking. Apparently they fine the hell out you if they see any of that.
Quite interesting so I thought I would share. I don't actually know where the meat from that farm ends up, though but i'm deffinitly going to seek out some true grassfed beef and see the difference. I don't imagine the beef here is all that bad, in general, though. I have a butcher near by who consistently provides amazing steaks so i'm going to quiz him on where his meat comes from.