Friday, August 29, 2008

The FRS® Healthy Energy™ Challenge

http://frs7.healthyenergy.com

The FRS® Healthy Energy™ Challenge

We challenge you to stop being a spectator and participate in your life. We challenge you to thrive rather than just survive. We challenge you to make the most of your free time to complete your “to do” list and actually find some “me” time. We challenge you to do all the things you know you should do but don’t have the energy to do- and enjoy doing them. We challenge you to do all the things you dream of doing. We challenge you to take FRS Healthy Energy every day for two weeks and see how much more you’re capable of accomplishing in your life.

How FRS Works

FRS was originally tested and refined by doctors at the Harvard University Dana Farber Cancer Institute as a fatigue fighting and general health drink. It was then 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 sustained boost of energy.
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 awake at work and big events like running a marathon.

5 comments:

Bob said...

Sounds like an interesting product. Are there studies show its effectiveness by credible independent parties?

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