FRS Healthy Energy Drink - What You Need to Know
FRS Healthy Energy Drink Introduction
FRS Healthy Energy is a fairly new, healthy energy drink. While the energy drink market is huge, it is full of unhealthy energy drinks that contain high fructose corn syrup and lots of artificial stimulants. There are very few healthy options, so FRS is a welcome addition.
FRS stands for "free radical scavenger" which is another name for antioxidants - the healthy substances that neutralize free radicals in our bodies before they can do their damage. FRS is packed with these healthy flavonoid antioxidants.
Since FRS packs a punch with all the antioxidants, it allows your body to use its natural energy, since it's not bogged down with free radicals. And FRS does this without a lot of extra crap ingredients!
Everyone from top professional athletes to busy moms uses FRS. As with most energy drinks, supplements, etc., it probably won't work for everyone, but it does happen to work for me, so I'm happy with it.
Ingredients That Make FRS Healthy
As I mentioned, FRS contains a large amount of antioxidants, specifically Quercetin and Catechins. To put it in perspective, one serving of FRS is equivalent to 3 servings of blueberries, 6 servings of red onions, or 8 servings of raspberries.
Plus, FRS provides 100% (or greater) Daily Value of many vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12.
The actual ingredients vary by the exact product, whether you're using an FRS energy chew or the powdered drink mix or something else, but some you might see some of these:
White grape juice concentrate, Orange juice concentrate, Quercetin, Green Tea Extract, Riboflavin, etc.
FRS Product Selection
FRS has products for everyone. They have the typical cans, a powdered mix, a liquid concentrate, and even "health chews."
FRS in cans is the most convenient way to have FRS is you are lazy, and it's also the best tasting option because it is mixed right at the factory. However, it's also the most expensive.
FRS in cans comes in all natural orange, all natural lemon lime, low cal orange, low cal lemon lime, low cal peach mango, and low cal wild berry.
If you want to store FRS easily, you can get it in boxes of powder. The powder packets are like little tubes, so you don't have to scoop any out or measure anything. Just dump the packet in a cup, add water, and stir.
The FRS powder doesn't mix perfectly, but it mixes well enough.
FRS Liquid concentrate
Another way to save space but avoid the powdery drink issue is to use liquid concentrate. Since it is already liquid, it's extremely easy to mix, and it tastes great.
But you will have to store an opened container in your refrigerator to keep it fresh.
Perfect for athletes or anyone on the go, these are like little pieces of chewy candy, but they contain the FRS healthy energy formula. They are individually wrapped so you can take them anywhere.
There you go, a look at all the FRS products.
Links to FRS Product Reviews
- FRS Energy Drink Concentrate Taste Test and Review
Tested: FRS Energy Drink Concentrate