Health Champions

Afternoon slump? Not on my watch.

Trying to stay healthy can be a challenge with fast-paced lives filled with deadlines, kids, travel, errands and everything else except sleep. FRS products offer long-lasting natural energy and powerful antioxidants to improve physical endurance and mental function so you can manage everything without compromising a healthy lifestyle.

Everyday stress can produce excess free radicals that damage cells. The patented FRS® Healthy Energy® formula contains seven essential vitamins and powerful antioxidants like quercetin and green tea extract that help combat these free radicals. In fact, quercetin, the core ingredient in FRS, has been proven to support the immune system and improve mental function. And, FRS has low calorie, gluten-free, dairy free and vegetarian options as well as various product forms to meet your lifestyle needs.


Start your day right: Enjoy the benefits of quercetin, green tea and seven essential vitamins in one serving of FRS (2 Soft Chews), along with multivitamin and fish oil supplements every morning.


Bring a healthy lunch buddy: Keep an FRS Drink at hand for times that noontime meetings or lunch on the run could derail your good intentions. For dessert, enjoy homemade trail mix (recipe below).


Fend off mid-afternoon munchies and increase mental function: At your desk, snack on Greek yogurt and a can of FRS Drinks. Grab and go with a handful of trail mix (recipe below), two FRS Soft Chews and 16 oz water. At home, mix 2oz of FRS Concentrate into a fruit and vegetable smoothie. Add a scoop of your favorite whey protein.


Do your diet good: Low-cal FRS Concentrates deliver all the benefits of the patented FRS formula and support weight management goals.

As with all wellness advice, consult your doctor before making major changes to your diet and exercise routine.

Homemade Trail Mix Recipe

  • Dried tart cherries
  • Dark chocolate chips
  • Salted almonds
  • Kashi GO Lean Crisp or granola
  • Pumpkin seeds

Rikki Keen is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics. She provides nutritional counseling and consultant services for hospitals, corporate health and wellness programs, government agencies and athletes. Her athletic clientele range from high school to Olympic level. Currently, Rikki is the sports dietitian for the NFL Training Facility at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports, the Columbus Crew MLS team and Florida Hospital’s Athlete Performance Program. In addition, she serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska and dietitian for the Seawolves. As an FRS Scientific Advisor, Rikki appreciates and endorses the “science, synergy and honesty behind the FRS products.”