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Alyssa Milano And Her Baby Bump Are Both Vegetarian

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We vegetarian celebrity watchers jump for joy when we hear our fave meat-eschewing celeb is with child. But as these famous baby bumps grow, so does our big question — do these high-profile moms-to-be continue their veg path while pregnant?

We’ve recently reported on the recent meals and food preferences of preggo stars Natalie Portman and Alicia Silverstone, but we’ve been wondering about Alyssa Milano. Between doing her good deeds, caring for her in-belly-babe, and tweeting like crazy, does she havetime to just say no to potential meat cravings?

Well, according to a recent report, it looks like Alyssa’s babe is growing without ingesting animal flesh. The former “Charmed” star has been craving lots of pizza and broccoli — but the ‘za has been without pepperoni or other meats.

This formerly vegan pregnant mama is proud of Alyssa. Nearly everyone with a pulse has an opinion or two about how to care for your growing child — both in an out of your uterus. The opinions can be overwhelming — not to mention quite personal.  On top of that, hormones are giving their two cents about how they want you to operate. It’s hard to sift through everything, come to your own opinion, and stick to it.

Looks like “She’s the Boss” of her child’s destiny — as it should be. You go, girl!

Via: Vegetarian Star

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