|By Business Wire||
|July 16, 2014 12:00 AM EDT||
Vestiage™, Inc. (“VEST”), the healthy-aging company, today announced the debut of regularly scheduled blog posts in conjunction with the newly designed website for their RegiMEN™ brand. Written by experts in their field, the posts not only provide practical information but will also serve as a vital channel with which to better build the RegiMEN community. The blogs will provide insight on topics that are of interest to men today; healthy eating, healthy relationships, healthy-living and staying active.
Each of the blogs, posted on RegimenLife.com address important issues for today’s man and are in keeping with the Company philosophy of living well and healthy-aging. Titled Well Being with Dr. Eric Z, Good Food with Brett Long, Active Living with Marcus Woods, and Relation Tips with Todd Creager, each blog is written by a recognized authority in their field and will provide helpful advice and tips with which to live life well.
A soon to be implemented feature will give the RegiMEN community the opportunity to comment and exchange ideas with the blog authors and each other, along with the added capability of sharing the posts on the most popular social media channels.
“We are delivering on our promise of creating the RegiMEN community,” said Vestiage, Inc. CEO, Scott Kimball. “This is one of many elements of our business that separates RegiMEN from our competitors. We want to have an ongoing conversation with our customers. In order to do that we have to have something of value to say and offer. Our new blog series will serve as the impetus for several healthy-aging conversations across a variety of topics important to our customer. Our handpicked, expert bloggers will provide RegiMEN customers with relevant, real-time discussion points on every aspect of aging: nutrition and recipes, general wellbeing, active living, and relationships. And these blogs are just the start of the conversation. Our goal is to nourish these dialogues for years to come."
About the authors:
- Dr. Z (Dr. Eric L. Zielinski) is on a mission to help people live the Abundant Life. Formally trained as a chiropractor, his expertise as a health coach, public health researcher, speaker and writer are in demand all over the world. For more information about Dr. Z, visit his website at www.drericz.com.
- Brett Long studied at the French Culinary Institute in New York City. Upon completing his training, he began his career as the Executive Pastry Chef at Flex Mussels on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Brett now lives in Los Angeles, CA where he works as a private chef, recipe tester, food stylist, and culinary producer. Recent work can be seen on the Food Network, Cooking Channel, PopSugar and in several commercials. Brett Long’s website is located at www.brettlongfoodstylist.virb.com.
- Marcus Woods is a recipient of an M.S. in Health & Sports Science and has over nine years of personal training experience. His self-proclaimed writing style is M.E.E. (Motivate, Educate, and Entertain). Marcus is the owner of Freewill Fitness: The Mobile Personal Training Service. For more information on Marcus Woods, visit his website at www.fitnessmotivation101.com.
- Todd Creager is a marriage and sex therapist who helps couples create loving and passionate long-term relationships. He is the author of “The Long, Hot Marriage,” a highly regarded book for couples. He has a private practice in Huntington Beach, California and has been helping couples and individuals for 31 years in person and virtually. He has been a guest as on many radio and TV shows and is an adjunct lecturer at USC. More information on Todd Creager can be found at www.toddcreager.com.
Vestiage™ (stock symbol "VEST") is a publicly traded healthy aging company. The Company offers premium branded science-based nutraceuticals to a premium consumer base through multiple channels. The Company is a sales, marketing, and distribution company specializing in bringing science-based products to the healthy aging consumer. The Company utilizes key partners to integrate production, fulfillment, customer service, advertising, sales, media, marketing, distribution, new product development and acquisitions. Vestiage is focused on the use of the best ingredients from the ocean and earth, including cutting edge, patented, clinically proven ingredients to produce highly potent, and elegantly formulated products. Using potency and novel ingredient combinations, Vestiage™ creates and distributes nutraceuticals such as RegiMEN for men (www.BuyRegimen.com) and the multifunctional Monterey Bay Nutraceuticals line for women. (www.MontereyBayNutra.com) .Vestiage™ brands address the top “in demand” healthy aging concerns of men and women. Vestiage™ research is focused on extending the active period of a human life covering both the cognitive and physical realms. To learn more, visit the Company website, www.vestiageinc.com.
As with many fast growing companies, our growth is dependent upon adequate funding for inventory, media, general overhead, professional fee’s, technology, salaries and other expenses related to the business. Should we be unable in the future to obtain appropriate funding to pay our expenses and media at current levels, our growth, and our financial stability, may be negatively impacted.
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