I come here for an advice, i've never been a fan of meat, i remember when i was younger we had BBQs and i would complain about the meat. That always encourage me to persue been a vegetarian when i would turn 18. Then i discover salmon and camarons, and a lot type of fishes. Been a pesectarian was the option. They i discover mcdonalds and my mum delicious homemade hamburguers.
I'm 20 now, i barely eat meat just in spaghetti, or hamburguers. And last week i went with my best friend to her aunt house for a family dinner, she has been a vegetarian for 13 years now and she hasn't had any struggles about it.(she also showed me all the possible ways a vegetarians could still eat good, soy hamburguers were a brilliant thing too) That put me in the mood of doing it again. (my friend just became vegetarian about 3 months ago... she's doing great.)
The main issue here is that i believe vegetarians as they don't eat meat they don't get the enought proteins they diserve am i right? (i have a friend from college who's a veggie and takes protein pills) but what if i become a pesectarian (i eat tuna and fish at least twice a week i love it). does fish complements the absence of meat and chicken? (and i didn't eat meat that often as i already mention, chicken about once every 2 weeks.) i believe also almonds and legumes/beans/peas have a very good amount of proteins...
what would you suggest? (i also found a new store right next to my house that sells everything natural, soy meat, soy milk, dry fruits, among other things) should i go for pesectarism? visit a nutrionist maybe so he would advice me on how to get proteins?