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Grapefruit and Medicine

August 8, 2018

This is a comprehensive article on how grapefruits and grapefruit juice can have a dramatic/adverse effect on medications.  Let your doctor know if you consume it regularly (same goes for Brussels sprouts/cabbage, which have different effects on medications). Click here for the full article


It's also important to tell your doctor which supplements/over-the-counter products you take, as they could affect the absorption of various meds and/or interact dangerously with prescribed medications.  

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