Sustained Energy Without the Crash
The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of FRS.
I’m not much of an energy drink kind of person, but when I was given the opportunity to review FRS as a Fitfluential ambassador I agreed…
…out of curiosity. I’ve read so many positive reviews I wanted to try it for myself.
…after reading claims of natural sustained energy without the crash.
…with the choice of a variety of flavors along with the options of cans, bottles, chews and packets.
…after reading about Quercetin.
…as a source of antioxidants.
If you’re like me you have no idea what Quercetin is. According to FRS:
Quercetin is an all-natural antioxidant found in foods such as blueberries, red apples and grapes. Quercetin acts in the body as a “super fuel” that mimics the effects of exercise by enhancing the production of the body’s mitochondria, the energy-producing units in cells.
So, the family and I tried it. Opinions?
- The canned drinks were a little too sweet for me. I preferred the convenience of the individual packets with option of making it less sweet by adding extra water.
- I probably won’t start drinking more energy drinks than I have in the past but if I do FRS packets are an option I would choose.
- Of all the flavors we tried, my son and husband preferred the Citrus Pomegranate.
- I liked the convenience of not making a special trip to buy FRS. It’s available at grocery store we shop at regularly.
- I liked the fact that there are low calorie options.
Are you curious enough to try FRS for yourself? You can find FRS products at GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Kroeger, Whole Foods, Rite Aid, Meijer, Walgreens, Harris Teeter and FRS.com. Make sure to take the $ off coupon found at http://www.frs.com/coupon.
You can also try FRS by entering for a chance to win an FRS trial pack.
Visit FRS at http://frs.com. Come back and leave a comment telling me which product you would like to try. Giveaway ends at midnight (EST) on September 10. Open to residents of the US only. Retail value of $30.