What You Should Know
Seven-time Tour De France winner and world class cyclist Lance Armstrong wholly supports FRS Healthy Energy. In fact, Armstrong is now a member of the FRS Board of Directors. Four-time NBA champion Derek Fisher is also an endorser of FRS drinks. It is a supplement that comes in four different lines. All are antioxidant-based. FRS Healthy Energy usually comes in the form of a low-calorie drink. It also comes in fruit chews, powdered mixes, and concentrates. FRS products are designed for people with active lifestyles. It sustains them with energy and assists in faster recovery from intense activity.
FRS Healthy Energy should be available in GNC or online sites. The product line currently goes for $35.75 This includes fifteen cans of the drink. The chews, powdered drink mix, and concentrate currently cost $19.95. There is a free trial that includes 30 chews and a 32-ounce bottle of the concentrate.
List of Ingredients
Quercetin, catechins, green tea extract, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Fiber, Thiamine, Niacin, Riboflavin, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, caffeine, fruit extracts. Low-calorie FRS drinks may contain Splenda or sucralose.
FRS drinks must be consumed twice a day and come in a variety of flavors: peach mango, citrus pomegranate, and wild berry, among others.
FRS stands for “Free Radical Scavenger” (also known as “antioxidant”). It has garnered the support of everyone from Olympic athletes to everyday consumers. Multiple studies have shown that FRS will increase your energy, keeping you sustained, fully-focused, and fully-energized. That energy comes from the main ingredient in FRS: Quercetin. Quercetin is found in fruits such as blueberries, apples, and grapes. Quercetin has been shown to increase energy, endurance, and focus while decreasing fatigue. Scientists believe that Quercetin works in the same way that exercise works on the mitochondria of the human body. Mitochondria is the energy powerhouse of the cell.
- Increases energy.
- Includes other healthy vitamins and nutrients.
- Low in calories and convenient to transport.
- The company does not claim that the product by itself improves your health.
- Limited distribution may make FRS difficult to locate.
- There are no diet or exercise guidelines provided with FRS.
- Studies have not shown that taking antioxidants in supplemental form produces health benefits.
- Some users dislike the taste.
- Some users prefer other products (e.g., Slim Shot drinks) instead of FRS.
As with any other drink that contains caffeine, over-consumption of FRS may lead to dependence on it or jitters from lack of consumption.
FRS products come in four different forms: canned drinks, concentrates, chews, and powdered drinks. They are designed for people with active lifestyles. Users have also reported a reduction of sinuses and allergies. Recent research reveals that it may assist against forms of cancer, especially prostate cancer.
However, the disadvantages may outweigh the advantages. Caffeine makes its mark on everyone, sometimes in harmful ways. It is not designed for people who do not have active lifestyles. Users report their preference for other energy drinks and their dislike of the taste. It is difficult to locate and upon purchasing there is no diet or exercise guidelines with the product.