Sunday, April 17, 2011

FRS Healthy Energy Drinks Review

Over the past couple of days I have had the opportunity to sample several of the FRS healthy energy drinks. These are hands-down the best-tasting health-conscious energy drinks that I have ever had!

I worked for a good while at an organic grocery store and I frequented the energy drinks section on a regular basis. We carried some O.K. drinks, but there was always just something not quite right with them. FRS, on the other hand, is absolutely delicious!

I've sampled the Apricot Nectarine, Wild Berry (lo cal), and Orange. I've enjoyed all of them, but the Apricot Nectarine is the best. Naturally, I thought that Wild Berry was pretty good but not quite as good as the others... the extra calories pay off somewhere!

FRS's claim to fame isn't their taste though, it's their healthy energy without no crash. The FRS website has a ton of information on the science behind their main energy-inducing ingredient, quercetin. From my experience, the energy pay off was real, and the crash was non-existent!

If you are looking for a new, healthy energy supplement, be sure to give FRS a shot!




6 comments:

OldNSlo April 18, 2011 at 11:40 PM  

I love FRS - got hooked on it 2 years ago on the california coast classic SF to LA ride. They were one of the sponsors and I've been addicted ever since

Greg Heil April 21, 2011 at 7:03 PM  

Yeah dude this is great stuff! Now if I can find a way to get it for cheap...

Todd H. April 28, 2011 at 10:40 AM  

I lived on the stuff during my chemo... the concentrate was perfect for what I needed... I love the stuff in my bottle on a ride

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Anonymous,  July 3, 2011 at 3:37 AM  

for those of you looking for frs on the cheap look at your large grocery markets they normally have the cans for 4 for 6 bucks that’s 1.50 a can and some times on sale for less but even 1.50 is less than buying from frs its self good luck

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