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#AskVega FAQ: Can I mix Vega products with milk?

By Sarah Wilson, RHN on March 18, 2018, categorized in Plant-based Nutrition

#AskVega FAQ: Can I mix Vega products with milk?

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Q: “What would happen if I mixed my Vega Essentials/Vega Clean Protein/Vega Sport Protein with yogurt or milk?”

A: Ring the alarm, sound the bell, we have a real life catastrophe on our hands!!

I’m totally kidding. However, this can be a concern for someone new to Vega or new to plant-based foods when they’re reading the directions on our tubs. In our directions we recommend “Mix one level scoop of Vega Sport Protein in 1.5 cups (12 fl oz.) of ice-cold water or non-dairy beverage, or blend Vega Sport into your favorite smoothie recipe.”  Being a plant-based company, we recommend non-dairy beverages such as almond, hemp, coconut, or rice milk (to name a few) with all of our products, but by no means is this the end all, be all. Let your freedom flag fly. If you like dairy, go for it!  I even sometimes mix Vega Sport Protein with chilled tea to spice things up a bit. Get creative, and share your favorite way to mix with me in the comments below.

Sarah Wilson, RHN

Sarah is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Personal Trainer and works at Vega as a Product Specialist. Sarah educates from experience! Drawing on her retail leadership in the natural health industry, her own nutrition consulting, and a personal passion, she equips audiences with tools and inspiration to feel their absolute best from the inside, out. Specializing in sports and fitness recommendations, Sarah is active as a runner, playing soccer or enjoying the Rocky Mountains on her snowboard.
Sarah Wilson, RHN

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