I have one for myself, more because of what I've learned over 3 years in the culinary industry than anything really primal...
Wild Game is best, any type, venison, wild boar, duck, quail,rabbit,hare,raccoon,squirrel,opossum...
Large and small fish from deep or remote waters
Grass fed Beef
Grass fed pork
Free range organic chickens
Then comes everything else
I'm a pastry chef by trade and I've worked in some pretty high end restaurants, I've seen some beautiful pieces of fish, whole sides of tuna that were longer than my leg (I'm only 5'2'', but still, thats a big fish!), that customers didn't respect at all, didn't realize the beauty in, and ordered well done, you might as well eat it out of a can! I've also seen some pretty scary pieces of meat, some lower than low quality pieces of beef ground and added to the hamburger, and in turn heard customers rave about the best burger they've ever eaten! You gotta choose what rocks your wagon, for me, its locally killed wild game (I recently moved back home to a *very* rural area) for others, its supreme bacon or grass fed filet mignon. I can't be sure how things work across the lake my friend, I'm a Southern American hailing from the backwoods bible belt eatin' deer chili and opossum stew.
"It is not what you are that holds you back, it is what you think you're not."