I love caffeine! Having a busy schedule, three kids that keep me on my toes, a workout schedule that is invigorating, and tons of chores, oh and life, caffeine is a little pick-me-up that gets me through the day. But in the heat of the Florida summer, I don't like to drink my coffee hot. I like it COLD. And black. Neither of which does anything for my taste buds.
I was so happy when I received this care package from FRS!! I immediately put the cans in my fridge to make them nice and cold!! Perfect for a mid-afternoon pick me up!!
What is FRS? It is basically an energy and endurance product. It delivers sustained energy, endurance and immune system support. The driving force of this product is called Quercetin. Quercetin is an antioxidant found in the skins of blueberries, apples and grapes.
I was sent several cans of the ready to drink beverages, a box of the powdered drink mix, and a sample of the energy chews. I am bringing the powdered drink mix on vacation and my husband LOVED the energy chews. For me, my favorite drink was the orange!!! It was so tasty!!
FRS was originally developed by health scientists who found that it was an effective way to deliver sustained energy for chemotherapy patients. I wish I would have known about this product when my mama was battling breast cancer (she's a 10 year survivor!! Go Mama!!). It's packed with healthy antioxidants, vitamins, and green tea extract and works at the cellular level to help your body produce its own natural energy!
FRS can be purchased at GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Kroeger, Whole Foods, Rite Aie, Meijer, Walgreens, Harris Tetter and online at FRS.com. If you are heading to the store to buy some, be sure to print out this coupon for $1 off!
FRS also wants to give one of my readers with your very own trial pack. It has a retail value of $30 and is available to US Residents ONLY!
What do you have to do to win??
All you have to do to enter is visit FRS.com and leave a comment below telling me which product you’d like to try.
I'll pick a winner Monday June 24th.
This post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of FRS. All opinions are my own.