Pomi-T – The polyphenol rich food supplement
Pomi-T® is rich in plant polyphenols and phytochemicals found naturally within four whole foods
Pomi-T® was designed by a team of doctors, oncologist, dietitians, nutritionists and other health experts. They combined foods from different categories (fruit, vegetable, spice and leaf) in order to provide a range of polyphenols, each with their unique properties, whilst at the same time avoiding over-consumption of one particular type.
Broccoli (Brassica Oleracea) florets and stacks – 150mg per capsule
Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) root – 150mg per capsule
Pomegranate (Punica Granatum L) seed and whole fruit – 150mg per capsule
Green Tea (Camellia Sinesis) leaf 5 : 1 – 30mg equivalent to 150mg per capsule
Vegetarian capsule from Jan 16 – Cellulose, maize (Gluten Free)
Diets rich in polyphenols, the natural plant-based phytochemicals found in healthy foods, have been linked with lower risks of chronic illnesses such as dementia, high cholesterol, arthritis, heart disease, skin aging and macular degeneration. Well-conducted population studies have also linked their regular intake with lower risks of many cancers including breast, pancreatic, oesophageal, ovarian , prostate, and skin cancer.
The anti-cancer effects of polyphenols, however, do not stop after a diagnosis of cancer. Breast cancer survivors eating polyphenol-rich fruit, vegetables, soy and green tea were found to have lower relapse rates. Individuals with skin cancer, who had a high intake of leafy green vegetables and broccoli, had lower rates of new cancer formation. A healthy lifestyle including a polyphenol rich diet has been linked to a slower rate of PSA progression among men with indolent prostate cancer.
For further information on the benefits; research; details of the government backed international scientific trials and for FAQs, please visit Pomi-T’s official UK site.