January 20, 2011, 9:00 am

Studies show Chromium can stave off cravings for high carbohydrate or sugary foods by regulating blood sugar levels.As such, it’s considered a valuable addition to a well-designed, long-term weight loss program and supports a healthier metabolism.

L-Carnitine is an amino acid which the body uses to turn fat into energy and it can help weight management by encouraging the body to lose fat – not muscle.

The new Bio-Synergy Skinny Water has also been given a flavour with real pomegranate juice.

Hailed as a super-food, pomegranate juice contains the highest antioxidant capacity compared to other juices, red wine and green tea.

Antioxidants protect the body from free radicals – ‘bad’ chemicals in the blood and these free radicals can damage DNA, protein, and fats.

That damage has been linked to cancer and degenerative diseases like ageing, cardiovascular disease and immune dysfunction.

Bio-Synergy communicates these health benefits on pack, hoping to appeal to health conscious consumers and those looking for a nutritional drink option.

Bio-Synergy Skinny Water was voted number one in a ‘no diet, diet’ test for News of the World’s Fabulous magazine, and scored nine out of ten in a weight loss poll for the Daily Mirror.

Bio-Synergy Skinny Water is sold at Tesco, Holland & Barrett, Waitrose, Morrisons, Superdrug, Ocado, Amazon, Littlewoods, Asda & other leading stores.

Available in pomegranate, pink grapefruit, cola and grapefruit dilutable/cordial with an RSP of £1.49 500ml and £3.99 1 litre.


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