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Bio-Synergy extends support to Cancer Research UK

Bio-Synergy - Adam Hamilton IRONMAN triathlete

London-based sports nutrition company, Bio-Synergy, has announced it will be extending its 10 years of support for Cancer Research UK charity events. Over the years, Bio-Synergy has supported Cancer Research at events including the London Marathon and Great North Run.

As part of its ongoing partnership with Cancer Research UK, Bio-Synergy will be providing sports supplements to participants for up to 30 events throughout the year, across the UK, ranging from marathons, to cycling events and triathlons.

“Each participant works really hard to finish the event and raise money, and Bio-Synergy will be helping fuel their performance as well as showing appreciation for their efforts,” said Daniel Herman, Bio-Synergy CEO & Founder.

“We’ve all been affected by cancer, whether it’s in our family or through friends, and it’s only through working together and each playing our part that the day we beat cancer will come sooner.”

Research suggests that a healthy lifestyle accompanied with regular exercise and effective nutrition can help prevent cancer, and Bio-Synergy is ‘delighted to raise awareness and offer support to such an amazing cause.’

In 1997, Bio-Synergy was founded in 1997 out of ‘a passion for health and fitness and a desire to create the first clean, effective and high quality range of sports nutrition, to the support the goals of athletes and fitness enthusiasts to fuel their performance and make it happen.’

Since its launch, the company notes that over 4 million passionate sports and fitness enthusiasts have chosen Bio-Synergy to achieve their goals and fuel their performance. Bio-Synergy sports supplements include: ActiveWoman, ActiveMan, Bio-Synergy, SkinnyWater and SuperSeven.




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