Although Pomi-T® was evaluated in a scientific study, The Food and Drug Authority (FDA) and the UK’s Medicines and Health Regulatory Authority (MHRA) has classed Pomi-T® as a food supplement and not a medicinal product so it cannot be recommended for any medical condition or claim any health benefits.

Taking Pomi-T regularly is only one part of a lifestyle programme, including exercising more than 3 hours a week, maintaining a normal weight, optimising your micronutrient levels, stopping smoking, avoiding carcinogens in food and the environment and eating plenty of herbs, spices, green vegetables and colourful fruits and berries.

Pomi-T® should not be considered as offering alternative medical treatment. Never disregard medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website or misinterpreted elsewhere in relation to Pomi-T® or this website. The information on this website is for informational purposes and is not intended for use as diagnosis or treatment of a health problem or as a substitute for consulting a licensed medical professional. Check with a family doctor or specialist physician if you suspect you are ill, or believe you may have one of the problems discussed on this site, as many problems and disease states may be serious and even life threatening.