When it comes to speechifying, this sage piece of advice (given by the redoubtable FDR) is wonderful not only for its wisdom, but for the fact that, unlike so much of the advice we receive these days, it actually meets the standard it sets. For us here at Q Energy, meeting the highest standards is a priority in all we do. Throughout the Q Energy blog I will aim to meet those high standards, and of course to be sincere and to be brief... but given how much is always going on around here, it is pretty tough to stay seated.
Before we continue introductions are in order. My name is Jason and I'll be responsible for writing this blog most of the time. The dog is Tabitha, and if you ever read a blog that asks you to send us a subscription to Omaha Steaks, she probably wrote it. I am one of the founders of a Canadian company called Q Energy. We make a healthy sport performance and energy drink designed as an alternative to the high sugar / high caffeine drinks currently on the market. Q Energy features a natural bioflavonoid called Quercetin which does a lot of great things for you, but we'll get into that more in a later post. Q Energy is made right here in naturally awesome Vancouver, BC at a NSF Certified for Sport facility (one of those high standards again) and we hope that you will give it a try.
There's a lot of information about Q Energy throughout our website which was designed and implemented by my fantastic partner, Katie McGauley. Please feel free to explore the site and give us feedback on how we can improve.
At the risk of sounding old-fashioned, I will be writing this blog to educate and to entertain, and, of course, to share our journey at Q Energy. I'm not going to write about weird fitness fads, or some sort of cleanse (minute 2:30 NSFW), but instead I will introduce you to great people like the Q Energy Team Ambassadors and unbelievable events like the Tour of the Dragon. From time to time I will invite a guest blogger, and occasionally I'll just share something that I hope you find interesting: an article, an idea, or a piece of music.