Vitamin C Support
Friday, November 1st, 2013

Easy to swallow capsules, easily assimilated by the body and allows for maximum absorption.

Cherrygood Plus
Saturday, September 1st, 2012
A new 500ml concentrated cherry juice packed with the antioxidant punch of 1000 pressed bright red Montmorency cherries. Research has shown that it contains the highest antioxidant level of any concentrated cherry juice product on the market. It costs £13.99 from leading health food shops and is perfect for people who exercise.
Nutri 1st Tesco
Thursday, March 1st, 2012
Nutri1st, launched by Tesco, is a range of protein bars and shakes formulated to make choosing your sports nutrition products effortless and uncomplicated.
Perfect Harmony
Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

WIN a month's supply of Perfect Harmony

Closing date: 28th February 2012

If your stress levels are through the roof, your hormones are running wild or you're simply looking to gain equilibrium in both body and mind, Perfect Harmony may be for you!

Skinny Water
Monday, October 10th, 2011

Bio-Synergy are offering readers of Wellbeing magazine a massive 20% discount of our award winning sports supplements & slimming products including the award winning Body Perfect and Skinny Water, via


Nutritional Supplements
Saturday, July 9th, 2011
Are supplements really a waste of time and money? Is there a real need for them in 21st century living? With the threat of many being banned in the coming years, should it be under the control of our GP to prescribe vitamins or should our health be in our own hands? Should we be allowed to choose?

Balanced Diet

Moringa Tablets
Saturday, January 1st, 2011


Congratulations to Nick Aris

Sunday, April 1st, 2007
It remains a sad and frightening fact that there are over 75,000 toxins released into our environment every year. Only 7 % have been tested for safety on humans and only 3% tested for safety in children. Our bodies have not been designed to cope with the level of attack from free radicals that is caused by these toxins, and this is apparent by the increase in free radical diseases like Cancer. Cancer was the number 8 killer as little as 10 years ago, now it is the number 1 killer next to heart disease (also a free radical disease!). So what can we do about this?
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