Want to Drink FRS? Here is what you need to know!

Think baby boomers aren’t considering drinking energy drinks? Think again! Energy drinks have become a fad that has touched just about every segment of the population. One of the more popular energy drinks to hit the market is called FRS. With all the celebrities being used to promote the product, it has a lot of people sitting up and taking notice. But should you jump on the bandwagon and start drinking FRS as well?

FRS comes in a variety of flavors such as orange cream, peach mango, and plenty of others in between. They offer drinks in bottles, cans, and even a powdered form that you can simply add to your water. It’s been touted by everyone from Lance Armstrong to Tim Tebow and even trainers. There is a lot of buzz about FRS!

If you are one of the many baby boomers who are considering drinking FRS, there are some things that you should be aware of first. Take the following tips into consideration when deciding if it is an ideal beverage for you:

Energy drinks are designed to do exactly that, give you energy. They usually do this through such things as caffeine. The problem is that caffeine can lead to a rapid heart beat, nervousness, and can increase blood pressure. Just make sure that you won’t have any complications with this.

Try to stick with the varieties that have the least amount of added sugar, that way it won’t contribute to weight gain.
The FRS energy drinks rely upon an antioxidant called Quercetin. There have been reports that Quercetin can cause complications for people who are taking statins to lower their cholesterol. If you take statins, you should speak with your doctor to see if this could be a problem for you. If you don’t take statins, then this won’t be an issue.

As a personal trainer that specializes in providing service to baby boomers, I have my own thoughts on my clients using FRS. With energy drinks being so popular and being effective at giving people a pick-up when they need it I believe FRS makes an ideal choice.

If you are going to try an energy drink, give FRS a try. I think you will find that it tastes great, gives you the energy boost you need, and help keep you feeling great! Energy drinks can be a part of a healthy lifestyle, and FRS makes the cut for me.

3 thoughts on “Want to Drink FRS? Here is what you need to know!

  1. Christine Elias

    I googled Quercetin…this is what I found:

    Quercetin is a plant pigment (flavonoid). It is found in many plants
    and foods, such as red wine, onions, green tea, apples, berries, Ginkgo
    biloba, St. John’s wort, American elder, and others. Buckwheat tea has a
    large amount of quercetin. People use quercetin as a medicine.

    Quercetin is used for treating conditions of the heart and blood vessels
    including “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), high cholesterol,
    heart disease, and circulation problems. It is also used for diabetes,
    cataracts, hay fever, peptic ulcer, schizophrenia, inflammation, asthma,
    gout, viral infections, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), preventing cancer,
    and for treating chronic infections of the prostate. Quercetin is also used
    to increase endurance and improve athletic performance.

    How does it work?
    Quercetin has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects which
    might help reduce prostate inflammation.

  2. admin Post author

    Couldn’t say it any better. Nice work Chris!!

  3. Sound_Water

    Do you think that frs energy would provide itself as a healthy substitute to eating garlic, grapes, cherries ect…for their quercetin supplies and heart related benefits?
    I in all honesty have never eatin or liked fruit, but I am considering taking up the habit in order to help reduce my risk for heart disease. Purchasing the actual fruit is expensive though, and would be quite a challenge to incorporate into my daily diet effectively. I am a college student trying to eat healthier and don’t have lots of time to sit down nd eat in between classes. I also live off campus, so I usually have to make a large breakfast and then rough it with whatever food is available till later that evening. If you don’t think that frs would be good. Could you recommend ingredients for a heart healthy smoothie. Garlic appears to be great but I don’t want to smell like Van Hellsing and I don’t think it would mix in a smooth well.
    Thanks a bunch! Sw

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