There is ample evidence to suggest that steak and eggs for breakfast at high frequency isn't a good health move for you and I.
That turns out not to be the case. Certainly until you cite a sufficient number of studies that prove your point - of which, I submit, there are none. The salient fact is that those who claim "that steak and eggs for breakfast at high frequency isn't a good health move" can't point to any actual scientific evidence - just a huge amount of, "he said, she said".
It is certainly true that most people don't need to eat breakfast at all: a good pattern is to eat two meals, one at about noon and one at about 6 p.m. That gives your body time to get into the "fasting state" where it uses up a little of its own fat, rather than having it saturated with glucose 24 hours a day. But whenever you do eat, steak and eggs are hard to beat (if you can afford them), especially if accompanied by plenty of green leafy vegetables, some nuts and seeds, and a little fruit and dairy.
And incidentally, that should be "for you and me".