‘Big Bang Theory’s’ Mayim Bialik says ‘Go Vegan’ in new ad for PETA

‘Big Bang Theory’s’ Mayim Bialik says ‘Go Vegan’ in new ad for PETA
Mayim Bialik arrives at the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP)
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Mayim Bialik is advocating a vegan lifestyle and trashing the idea of eating meat in a new ad for People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

In the ad, “The Big Bang Theory” star is dressed as a 1950’s housewife who holds a steak over a garbage can as she turns up her nose.

The caption reads “It's a No-Brainer: Go Vegan!”

In an interview on YouTube, Bialik, who is a vegan, says she has always felt guilty about “eating animals.”

“Even as a child, I felt very guilty about eating animals and never knew that there was something to do about it. And as I got older, it became clearer that there are things that I can do and choices I can make,” she says in the video.

She explains that she teamed up with PETA because she considers the organization the industry standard for veganism and as a mom of two vegan kids, she wanted to show other moms that veganism is “completely compatible with being a parent and raising healthy kids.”

Bialik also says that since cutting out dairy, she hasn’t had a sinus infection or needed to take antibiotics.

 

 

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