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'There are over 50 trials in progress on these sorts of foods, so in five years, we're going to get even more robust evidence of their efficacy.' - Prof Robert Thomas, a leading British oncologist on whole food supplements such as Pomi-T which contains polyphenols from broccoli (above), pomegranate, curcumin in turmeric and green tea

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'There are over 50 trials in progress on these sorts of foods, so in five years, we're going to get even more robust evidence of their efficacy.' - Prof Robert Thomas, a leading British oncologist on whole food supplements such as Pomi-T which contains polyphenols from broccoli, pomegranate (above), curcumin in turmeric and green tea

BT_20141101_UHPOMIT1B_1343457.jpg
'There are over 50 trials in progress on these sorts of foods, so in five years, we're going to get even more robust evidence of their efficacy.' - Prof Robert Thomas, a leading British oncologist on whole food supplements such as Pomi-T which contains polyphenols from broccoli, pomegranate, curcumin in turmeric (above) and green tea

BT_20141101_UHPOMIT1B_1343457.jpg
'There are over 50 trials in progress on these sorts of foods, so in five years, we're going to get even more robust evidence of their efficacy.' - Prof Robert Thomas, a leading British oncologist on whole food supplements such as Pomi-T which contains polyphenols from broccoli, pomegranate, curcumin in turmeric and green tea (above)

BT_20141101_UHPOMIT1B_1343457.jpg
'There are over 50 trials in progress on these sorts of foods, so in five years, we're going to get even more robust evidence of their efficacy.' - Prof Robert Thomas, a leading British oncologist on whole food supplements such as Pomi-T (above) which contains polyphenols from broccoli, pomegranate, curcumin in turmeric and green tea

A natural defence against cancer

Pomi-T, a whole food supplement, shows effectiveness of polyphenols in slowing down the growth of prostate cancer cells.
Nov 1, 2014 5:50 AM

FOR the longest time, supplements have been relegated to the sidelines by the medical community because they didn't have clinical trials supporting their claims. Natural drugs and foods too. But that situation for natural drugs could be slowly changing, thanks to trailblazers such as Pomi-T, a

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