Only the purest of natural ingredients

Pomi-T® contains premium ingredients naturally rich in polyphenols, sourced from carefully researched suppliers. We know our ingredients are of the highest quality because our products are re-tested in qualified laboratories to ensure purity.

Pomi-T® combines broccoli, turmeric, green tea, and pomegranate to create a unique and varied blend of polyphenols.




The leafy florets and stalks of broccoli are known to contain isothiocyanate and sulforaphane.

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Curcumin gives turmeric its vibrant yellow colouring. For centuries, turmeric root has been acclaimed for its properties and it has been subject of many studies in the last few years.

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We don’t just use promegranate juice, we also include parts you don’t usually eat – the skin and seeds, which contain ellagic acid, a natural polyphenol.

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Green Tea

Polyphenols, such as epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) are extracted from the leaves of the green tea plant.

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Polyphenols: A Gift from Nature

Polyphenols can be found in many of the plant-based foods we eat. A few examples include: isothiocyonates in cabbage and broccoli, epigallocatechin in green tea, capsaicin in chili peppers, resveratrol in red wine, curcumin in turmeric and many more.

Polyphenols and polyphenol supplements are the subject of increasing scientific and clinical interest because of the possible health benefits associated with their consumption.

If you are a Healthcare Professional, visit our dedicated section of the website, where we deepen the theme of polyphenols.



By taking 2 Pomi-T® capsules a day, you can integrate your diet with a natural blend of polyphenols.



Claire is training for a marathon and takes 2 Pomi-T® capsules every day as a polyphenol supplement to support her gruelling training schedule.



Lewis has a demanding, full-time job and integrates polyphenols taking 2 Pomi-T® capsules a day



Jack and his wife Pauline both take daily Pomi-T® supplements. Jack needed some convincing at first but now he is in love with the product.


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Educational videos

Nutritional lifestyle changes Reducing Your Risk

Lifestyle behaviour and cancer prevention (European Medical Journal)

Nutritional lifestyle changes

Eileen Kaner, MSc, PhD, Hon FRCP gives an overview of a session focusing lifestyle behaviour and cancer prevention presented at the 2015 National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference. The session outlines current epidemiological and behavioural evidence on the relationship between different lifestyle choices and the development of cancer.

Reducing prostate cancer progression and mortality: what patients can do to reduce risk. (European Medical Journal)

Reducing Your Risk

Stacey Kenfield, DSc gives an overview of her talk at the 2015 National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference.
Dr. Kenfield talks about how lifestyle changes, such as physical activity and diet, can reduce the risk of progression of prostate cancer.

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Pomegranate, green tea, turmeric and broccoli as other polyphenol-rich foods have been studied in multiple Phase II clinical studies. Now they have been tested in a fix mix through a larger double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised trial, in men with prostate cancer.1

Trial participants received either Pomi-T® or placebo capsule twice daily.

To learn more about the trial watch our video animation.


  1. Thomas R. et al., (2014) Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Disease, 17, 180–186.




Find below a short intro to the clinical trials linked in this section:

1. The effect of the polyphenol food supplement Pomi-T® was examined in this double-blind, placebo-controlled randomised trial.

2. Low-risk prostate cancer is commonly managed by active surveillance (AS) whereby disease progression is monitored and radical treatment is only offered when significant progression occurs. This study investigated the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the monitoring of prostate cancer progression and identified a strong link between MRI-reported disease status and the dynamics of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA).

3. This study evaluated evidence from randomised trials that examined the safety and efficacy of nutritional phyto-therapeutic interventions such as polyphenol supplement Pomi-T®, sulphoraphane, lycopene, and pomegranate extract.

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The use of Supplements to complement a healthy and balanced diet for Prostate Cancer patients - An interview to Dr. Robert Thomas

  • 1. Thomas, R., et al. (2014). A double-blind, placebo-controlled randomised trial evaluating the effect of a polyphenol-rich whole food supplement on PSA progression in men with prostate cancer—the UK NCRN Pomi-T study.
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  • 2. Thomas, R., et al. Prostate Cancer Progression Defined by MRI Correlates with Serum PSA in Men Undergoing Lifestyle and Nutritional Inter-ventions for Low Risk Disease.
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  • 3. Die, M. D., et al. (2016). Phytotherapeutic interventions in the management of biochemically recurrent prostate cancer: a systematic review of randomised trials. BJU international, 117(S4), 17-34.
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