New Year is a reminder that life is full of incredible opportunities waiting for you to grab hold and run with. If one of your get-healthy goals this year is to go plant-based (whether you’re taking the full-time plunge, or adding more plant-based meals to your week), you might be enthusiastic but unsure how to start—much less what to cook. Emma Cutfield (Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Vega Education Manager) has some easy, get-started tips for helping you navigate your… Continue
Added by Vega Bridgette on January 11, 2013 at 11:30am —
Happy New Year Everyone! I wanted to share a great treat from Peggy K to celebrate the new year- Spiced Vega Maca Chocolate Bark.
Find out more here:
Added by Vega Bridgette on January 9, 2013 at 12:00pm —
As a full time fitness trainer, I have to eat. A lot. It's gotten to the point that I see food mainly as fuel instead of something to be enjoyed. Thankfully I have a partner who's an amazing cook who reminds me sometimes of the latter.
Take smoothies, for example. A friend who saw me make one recently got very queasy at the sight of me throwing a cup of dry oatmeal and 3 tbsp of ground flax seeds on top a couple bananas and frozen wheatgrass cubes. The big scoop of green Vega berry… Continue
Added by Rob Moore on January 7, 2013 at 9:39pm —
Ah, the meditative power of Power Yoga. There are many ways to meditate but my favourite is working through a challenging yoga flow, so challenging that the only thought that can go through your mind is what's happening in that very moment: your breath, the sweat dripping, finding balance. If you can't get to the gym or studio for a great workout and a great yoga class, give my latest power yoga flow a try at home!… Continue
Added by Rob Moore on January 5, 2013 at 5:00pm —
*1 scoop Vega One (Natural)
*Vanilla Unsweetened Almond Milk (I use Almond Breeze)
*1 teaspoon of vanilla beans
*1 teaspoon of pumpkin spice
*1 frozen banana
*some ice cubes
UNBELIEVABLE :) like pie! :) try it out and let me know what you all think ;) I hope you're having a great day!
Added by Meg on January 5, 2013 at 3:16pm —
Sign up for the Vega Newsletter to get your FREE Vega Holiday Recipe Book!
Start planning your healthy holiday feast today!
- Traditional Hot Apple Cidar
- Holiday Punch with a Kick
- Fig and Olive Tapenade
- Festive Quinoa Salad
- Vegan Stuffing
- Veggie Tofu Pot Pie
For more please see: http://myvega.com/vega-holiday-recipe-book-2012… Continue
Added by Vega Bridgette on December 23, 2012 at 6:00pm —
One of the most popular events in the track and field contest is Hammer Throwing. This type of sport was developed numerous centuries ago in England, Ireland and Scotland. The hammer throwing occasion can be traced back to an instance when the Tailteann games were taking place in Tara.
This competition was done by an athlete taking and alternation of the object on top of the head and throwing it as far as could be with the athlete standing in one spot.… Continue
Added by Sport Sanjay on December 13, 2012 at 11:19pm —
Shot putis an athletic field event. It is well familiar in the Olympics and about every nation contributes in the occasion. Nations take a lot of pleasure in the Olympics. Just like every other athletic events, shot put also involves 3 places for winners. Gold for First place, Silver for second place and Bronze for third place. There are rules keep up for the shot put as… Continue
Added by Sport Sanjay on December 10, 2012 at 1:57am —
Hello Vega, Facebook and Twitter fans! A very special Thanks to the staff at the Super Raw Life Magazine. The Winter issue is available December 13th. You can get this magazine in print, or online at www.Superrawlife.com Vega: Clean, plant based nutrition. Thanks to Brendan Brazier and the staff at Vega! Rawk on!
Added by Mark A. Eisenhart on December 5, 2012 at 3:00pm —
One of the best throwing events in track and field is shot put and it requires precise use of strength and technique. In order to perform well in this event, the athlete requires some disciplined training with fine points of improvement in techniques.
Added by Sport Sanjay on November 28, 2012 at 7:30pm —
Hello Vega Fans!
Please check out the brief appearance I made on The CBS Show The Doctors this Thursday 11/29. I will also be interviewed on N The Queue Thursday. The issue of Vegan Health and Fitness Magazine I am in hits the stands 12/11 and Super Raw Life Magazine 12/13.
Vega rawks! Plant strong!
Please check out my site. Thanks!
Added by Mark A. Eisenhart on November 25, 2012 at 11:40pm —
This is the first of what will be a series of entries on my diet, lifestyle, training, the products at Vega, favorite recipes, and how all of it can work for you. Stay tuned for updates. Training Day Is Now!!!
Added by Mark A. Eisenhart on November 24, 2012 at 6:20pm —
Heptathlon winner Jessica Ennis has won the Sportswoman of the Year Award. The 26-year-old set three individual bests and a British record of 6,995 points on her approach to gold in London. Olympic gold medallists Katherine Grainger and Jade Jones and Paralympic champ Sarah Storey also won awards. Ennis told “It’s an incredible honour consider the wonderful performances we had…
Added by Sport Sanjay on November 21, 2012 at 8:41pm —
One of those random times when I make a smoothie out of whatever is left in the fridge. Usually I'm antithetical to this type of meal creation, seeing how the smoothies normally made are carefully measured and combined with synergistic and purpose driven ingredients.
Well, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 just came out so whatever!…
Added by Dell Wijesundera on November 17, 2012 at 11:36am —
Yesterday, I added Maca (Red Primium quality, but not gelatinized) in my pre (Workout) smoothie. The result was that I got higher a clearly noticable heart rate than im used to during my workout. At one time I actually had to stop up and sit for a while, because it was getting way too much.
As I have read Maca should be used post workout instead, but are pretty curious about the effects it had on me.
-Anybody in here who has experinced the same?
-Is it ok to use in every… Continue
Added by Henrik Vestergaard Nielsen on November 14, 2012 at 10:52pm —
Mix of Balsamic Vinegar, Olive Oil, Raw Ginger & Garlic & Vega Oil Blend
Added by Dell Wijesundera on November 14, 2012 at 12:31pm —
Blue, Blue and Blue!!!
Do you know why?
This month is all in blue because of World Diabetic Day (WDD). November in Blue is a campaing from Iternational Diabetes Federation to give more information about this desease.
Diabetic is a silent desease that appears suddenly without cause pain. There are three common types of diabetic:
- It is an auto-immune reaction where the body defense system attacks the…
Added by Barbara Francisco on November 12, 2012 at 4:35pm —
soccer guidelines and rules:
Soccer was the game of life for a lot of countries including the USA. The love of the sport is so inherent that parents make available gear for soccer and soccer gear to their kids at a very tender age. Guided by these parents of soccer, a number of children are given soccer once… Continue
Added by Sport Sanjay on November 9, 2012 at 12:42am —
(yes. this happened in August and i am posting it now...)
|rocks, people, air
Added by Thomasina Pidgeon on November 5, 2012 at 7:41am —
British distance-running champion Mo Farah may effort an overconfident 10,000m and marathon double at the Rio Olympics. Farah won 5,000m and 10,000m gold in London this summer, a achievement that sees him join a list of Olympic reserve greats that includes Emile Zatopek, Lasse Viren and Kenenisa Bekele. But his coach says he is unlikely to try to defend that double in 2016.…
Added by Sport Sanjay on November 4, 2012 at 11:14pm —