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When you nourish your heart, you power your body. With each heartbeat, blood is sent throughout our bodies, carrying oxygen and nutrients to all of our cells. Our heart is our lifeline, which is why we need to do everything we can to help it and protec...
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Frusantè

When you nourish your heart, you power your body. With each heartbeat, blood is sent throughout our bodies, carrying oxygen and nutrients to all of our cells. Our heart is our lifeline, which is why we need to do everything we can to help it and protect it.

Frusanté’s ingredient blends – a three-tea combination of white, green and black teas, and three-fruit fusion of sea buckthorn, morigna and chokeberry – provides you a depth of cardiovascular health support. It helps keeps your heart healthy by supporting normal blood flow, helping maintain normal cholesterol levels and normal blood pressure.

All of this helps your heart continue to do what it does best – pump and deliver the crucial essentials your body needs to remain healthy.

Frusanté is also a great source of amino acids, antioxidants and phytonutrients that supports overall health by helping improve mood, support the health of your digestive, intestinal and respiratory tracts, and more. Plus, Frusanté helps keep you hydrated with a bold, refreshing taste that is sure to please.

Good health can taste great. Experience Frusanté – bold flavor, refreshing results.


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4.0

Surprisingly tasty!

By Wendy H.

from Westborough, MA

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Comments about Frusantè:

Tasty, pleasant flavor, goes down easily; almost like a syrup. Good way to reward yourself with health. Even my mom likes it and she doesn't do sweets :)

I've been in a brain fog every morning for the past week since my 1 yr old hasn't been sleeping well and was sipping on some frusante and it clears my head a bit. Nice!

 
5.0

Love this stuff!

By Yooper14

from Michigan

SHOP CONSULTANT

Comments about Frusantè:

I had so much energy after the first dose of Frusante!

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