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FRS Healthy Energy Powdered Drink Mix, Low Cal Orange, 14-Count Packets
FRS Healthy Energy Powered Drink Mix comes in a box of single-serve stick packs. The packs are small, lightweight and easy to add to a water bottle. With just 10 calories each, they provide 250mg of quercetin in the lowest-calorie way to get FRS sustained energy.79% (9)
FRS Healthy Energy Powered Drink Mix comes in a box of single-serve stick packs. The packs are small, lightweight and easy to add to a water bottle. With just 10 calories each, they provide 250mg of quercetin in the lowest-calorie way to get FRS sustained energy.
A DIFFERENT KIND OF ENERGYFRS's revolutionary blend of nutrients extends your body's natural energy, fueling you up when you need it while supporting your health over the long haul. There's no jittery feeling or roller-coaster ride - just prolonged energy that helps keep you focused and fully charged.
That energy comes from our secret weapon, quercetin, an antioxidant found in foods like blueberries, apples and grapes. Its incredible ability to enhance your body's energy system is what keeps you feeling energized longer. Add a host of essential vitamins and you're ready to tackle anything from minor workouts to a major marathon.
A single 11.5-ounce serving of FRS contains a healthy amount of quercetin, but one you'd have a hard time getting on your own; that is, unless you have a tendency to eat 40 apples in a single sitting.
HOW TO USE FRS HEALTHY ENERGY
For best results, take 2-3 servings per day. One in the morning, one in the afternoon and whenever you need extra energy. Athletes take 30 minutes before exercise.
THE SCIENCE OF QUERCETINEndurance and VO2max Study:
Davis, Carlstedt et al. 2009
An independent, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study showed that when 12 healthy, active (but not highly trained) men and women consumed 500 mg of quercetin (QU995™) in an enriched drink mix twice daily for 7 days, they experienced a 13.2 % increase in endurance and a 3.9 % increase in VO2max (a typical measure of fitness). The study has been published online in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism.
Sports Performance Study:
MacRae, H. and Mefferd, K. 2006
An independent, double-blind, placebo - controlled crossover study on the effect of FRS on cycling performance in eleven elite cyclists was completed at Pepperdine University and published in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism. The results were dramatic: a 3.1% increase in performance--one minute and 31 seconds improvement in time to complete a 30km simulated mountainous time trial.
Immune System Study:
Neiman, David, Henson, DA, et al. 2007
A clinical study, funded in part by the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) showed the antioxidant quercetin significantly reduced incidence of upper respiratory tract illness during the two week period following intensified exercise. Researchers also reported enhanced alertness and reaction time in athletes taking the quercetin supplement during high stress. Forty test subjects were subjected to extreme physical stress during a five week period. Half were given 1,000 mg of quercetin daily (the approximate amount in 3 servings of FRS) and half were given a placebo. Results showed:
Work Performance Study:
Durak, E. and Bell, M. May 2005
During a six-week study, university employees were asked to perform their daily jobs, which required physical exertion, lifting, repetitive movements and attention to detail. At the end of the study, subjects experienced improvements in various measures of work performance, as measured in a Work Productivity Assessment Index survey.
On The Go
I drink water. Surprised? Hmmm, maybe not. Water does however constitute the vast majority of the liquid that I consume. Not sure why that is exactly. I suppose on some level it has to do with how freaked out I was when I found out just how many calories are in a bottle of Gatorade. When it comes right down to it, water is the easiest liquid for the body to metabolize anyways - and who can beat the calorie count? I am however very specific about the water I will drink. Perhaps it's because when I was growing up, my dad put in a water softener, and immediately tasting the difference, I never look back to the tap. Since I don't have a wate softener at home, and since I don't carry one with me on my travels (smile), I am very fond of bottled water. It may or may not surprise you to find out that not all bottled water however is created equally. It has to be Aquafina for me, thank you very much. In the past couple years, bottled water has gotten a variety of flavors as well, while retaining it's low calorie count. I started with Propel, which I was naturally drawn to as a Gatorade fan. Then my step mom recommended Fruit2O, which I drank in massive volume for some time. Recently however I've found myself hooked on Aquafina's flavored water product called Aquafina FlavorSplash. There's a catch to all this favored goodness in that it's really hard to find the brand you like, flavored mind you, while traveling. Hotels, like restaurants are either Pepsi or Coke establishments. Dasani is a Coke product, and while I like Diet Coke, I don't like Dasani. Pepsi establishments will likely carry Aquafina, but rarely carry the flavored variety. Some places just carry whatever they feel like and that leaves me high and dry. Last week while on vacation however my lovely and beautiful wife discovered Crystal Light On The Go. Crystal Light has always been a great alternative to just plain water, while keeping calories low. The problem is that historically it had to me made in bulk - a pitcher of lemonade as an example. Their On The Go product however provides you with packets of their additive that you pour into any random bottle of water. A few good shakes and you're off to the races. I was a skeptic at first, but last week I was sold - thank you, Marna! Crystal Light On The Go would obviously work great for the frequent traveler. Turn any ordinary bottle of water into tasteful goodness, instantly. I forgot to pack some on this most recent business trip, so imaging my surprise when I found it in my hotel gift shop?! I just heard about it, and here it is in a hotel gift shop! Somebody over the Crystal Light marketing department is doing their job. I picked up a handful of packets and have been well hydrated ever since. One thing I did find interesting was that this hotel is a Coke establishment and stocks Dasani. Dasani bottles are 20 ounces. Aquafina bottles are a more traditional 16.9 ounces. The packets Marna got while on vacation were sized for the 16.9 ounce size. The packets in this hotel are sized for the 20 ounce Dasani bottle. The folks at Crystal Light must have done their research and position the respective packet sizes in the respected reseller establishments. You never knew a bottle of water could be so complex, did you?Cherry Coke
Cherry Coke, is terribly addictive :) Shot and edited with iPhone 3G (cropped with Picnik) Long before its official introduction in 1982, many diners and drugstore soda fountains dispensed an unofficial version of Cherry Coke by adding cherry-flavored syrup to the Coca-Cola mix, this drink is called Cherry Cola. Coca-Cola itself did not produce Cherry Coke until 1982, when it introduced its version to a test audience at the 1982 World's Fair. The drink then entered mainstream production in 1985. Cherry Coke, which by 2007 had been renamed Coca-Cola Cherry in the U.S. and some other countries, was the third variation of Coca-Cola at that time – the others being classic Coke and Diet Coke – and the first flavored Coke. Diet Cherry Coke was introduced in 1986, and renamed "Diet Coke Cherry" in 2005. A second low-calorie version, Coca-Cola Cherry Zero (based on Coca-Cola Zero), was added in 2007. The Coca-Cola Company would later introduce other flavored Coke variants, beginning with Vanilla Coke in May 2002, later followed by lime, raspberry, lemon, Black Cherry Vanilla and orange variants. Many of these are currently only sold in overseas markets or are microdispensed through Coca-Cola's Freestyle vending machines. In the summer of 2008, Coca-Cola Cherry was named "The Official Drink of Indiana University's Bloomington campus." Coca-Cola Cherry has been offered in a number of different countries. Currently, in addition to the U.S., the drink is available in the United Kingdom, Denmark, Ireland, Finland, Germany, France, Sweden, Poland, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Peru. It is also available in both Brazil and Japan, but is still known as Cherry Coke in those countries. It is available in Ireland through British pharmaceutical chains such as Boots and Superdrug. In the past the product has been offered in Canada, Spain, Ukraine, Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines. It is no longer bottled in these countries, apparently due to poor sales, although the U.S. product is imported by some Canadian convenience stores near the Canada-U.S. border, as well as by the Australian retailer USA Foods. Since January 2011, Coca-Cola Cherry is also available in Switzerland distributed by Coop. Packaging for Coca-Cola Cherry differs greatly from country to country. In most areas, the current can and bottle label designs are based on the standard Coca-Cola label in a pink or purple hue, often with images of cherries. In the U.S., a more intricate design is currently used. On February 7, 2007, Coca-Cola officially launched a new campaign for the Coca-Cola Cherry brand in the U.S. Jay-Z was chosen to be the spokesman and played a part in designing the new can graphics. A new diet version, Coca-Cola Cherry Zero, was also introduced, although the original Diet Coke Cherry will remain available in 12-packs. (Source: Wikipedia)
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