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Has Anyone Tried Frs Healthy Energy Drink?
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I'm trying to phase out espresso, and my sister recommended that I try FRS healthy energy. I drank some before a workout because I had already been glutened a few hours before so I figured I may as well just give it a go. It was great (the peach mango concentrate) and now I want to start drinking it but I can't figure out if it's safe. I've tried calling the phone number on the website and never get an answer. I know some of the ingredients are suspect, but not officially on the unsafe list. Has anyone had luck contacting FRS or used this stuff without a reaction?

https://secure.frs.com/vip/search/info.aspx

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I tried it last year, we had it delivered for a few months. Then the flavors really became very I don't know vitaminy tasting. Yuck....

We did like the chews in the car for hiking, but that's when my teenage daughter didn't/wouldn't eat nuts. Now that she does, finding energy bars or things for her/us.

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I tried it last year, we had it delivered for a few months. Then the flavors really became very I don't know vitaminy tasting. Yuck....

We did like the chews in the car for hiking, but that's when my teenage daughter didn't/wouldn't eat nuts. Now that she does, finding energy bars or things for her/us.

TO REPHRASE THE QUESTION...is the FRS energy drink gluten free?

Simple yes or no?

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