Guide To Energy Drinks

FRS -- Healthy Energy Drink


FRS was invented, tested and refined by a team of researchers at Harvard University. It was later discovered by endurance athletes who found that it boosted and sustained their peak athletic performance while supporting their overall health. Now FRS is used by anyone who wants a healthy and sustained boost of energy.

Unlike most energy drinks that use large amounts of caffiene and taurine, the key ingredient in FRS is Quercetin (pronounced: KWAIR-suh-ten).

Quercetin is a natural antioxidant found in the skins of apples, blueberries, and onions. It protects the adrenaline that your body naturally creates to give you energy for small daily tasks like staying alert and focused at work and big events like running a marathon. Quercetin allows the energy that your body produces to stay active in your system longer, so that without forcing your body to produce more adrenaline you feel more energy for a longer amount of time.

Guide To Energy Drinks

FRS Trial Offer

The Free Trial Offer for FRS products is a great deal -- no gimmick. Sign-up, pay $7 shipping, and a week or ten days later a package arrives with an energy drink, powder (orange reminds me a bit of Tang), liquid concentrate, a can of energy drink and energy chews. There's enough in the trial for two drinks a day for nearly a month! High energy, low/no crash. Try FRS now!

Guide To Energy Drinks

Energize Everything!

You've seen the "shots" you get at smoothie shops and coffee shacks. Now, through Instawares, a restaurant supply web site, you can get Boosta Shots at home. With Boost Shots, you can add energy boosts to anything you drink -- hot, cold, carbonated, alcoholic, smoothies, gatorade, whatever. Make your own energy drinks and it's a great deal -- less than $50 for enough to make more than 130 energy drinks! Boosta Shot 1 Liter

Guide To Energy Drinks

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