I was a pescetarian for over 3 years, and less than a week ago I started eating meat again. I was at 4-H camp, and there wasn't much to eat, so I ate some chicken, and now I'm completely back to eating meat. My friends are all very happy, and so are my parents. My mom eats a lot of meat, so she was having to go out of her way and make fish for me almost every night. I've always had a hard time when we eat out, always having to get the same few things. So I'm glad as well. I became a pecetarian because of animal rights reasons I had at the time, but those have certainly faded. I raise meat birds, and I own lots of leather. Leather pants, belts, boots, vest, and TONS of leather horse stuff [chaps, saddles, bridles, halters, etc]. I know many vegetarians are VERY healthy, but it wasn't for me because I don't eat a ton of vegetables. I'm not very overweight. I'm in my teens, and I weight 140, and am 5' 5''. I have wanted to lose about 20 pounds for quite some time now. For those of you who were vegetarians [or the like], but went back to eating meat, did you notice that you lost weight, gained weight, or stayed the same?