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Gloucester firm selected as Institute of Sport preferred nutrition supplier

The English Institute of Sport (EIS), which provides expert support services to British high-performance sport, has chosen Gloucester-based Nutrition X as one of their preferred nutrition suppliers.

The partnership will see the EIS endorse Nutrition X products to the 20-plus network of sports nutrition professionals working closely with top-level athletes to help optimise performance.

Mike Naylor, head of performance nutrition at the EIS, said: "We are delighted to sign up to this relationship with Nutrition X, who are one of the leading companies in the world of nutrition. We know what an excellent service they can provide and importantly they share our commitment to clean sport.

"Nutrition X are a new partner for us for the Paris cycle and this relationship is part of our ongoing commitment to work with companies that we believe can help us to provide the most excellent support to the sports and athletes that we work with."

Nutrition X will work with the EIS to help deliver performance-led nutrition strategy support to athletes representing GB at the very highest level; particularly poignant this year with the Tokyo 2021 Games just a few months away.

A spokesperson from Nutrition X added: "The EIS were keen to highlight our shared values and dedication to clean, safe sport as the reason behind the partnership decision, as well as the scientific expertise that lies behind the formulation of each of our products."

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