Thanks for the replies guys, I guess I should clear some things up:
The issues I have with wheat are from personal experience. I don't think I have celiac, but I DO have lethargy and bloating when I eat wheat, which I why I choose not to use it.
Dairy is the same reason, though I might have to go back on goat's cheese to get enough calcium as supplements are expensive.
Peanuts make me sick as I used to eat about 3 cups a day, and then got sick after eating them one day. Besides that, nuts in general are actually pretty bad for your health in high quantities.
Can't really munch on stuff throughout the day as I'm working, so I prefer to place all my nutrition needs into my 5 daily meals (breakfast, first break, second break, after work, and supper)
I've added another helping of the olive oil and butter recently and I've had stomach cramps so I am wondering if I'm not eating enough fibre, or if the added oil is causing it. I've never had this on my diet before and that's the only change.
You guys mention more meat, how much more? I get about 250g of protein a day, isn't that enough?
The peas sound good, and adding oil is a great idea, I'll even add it to my protein shakes and breakfasts, but this cramping issue has me worried, any suggestions/insights on that?
Thanks a lot guys!
EDIT: Oh yeah, and the lays is my "cheat" food. Gotta have something to offset all the cleanness, and that way I don't have to binge every so often, I'm always satisfied.