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November 2001 Issue

Foods, Too, Can Interfere With Medications, If You’re Not Careful

While herbs are receiving much attention lately for interacting with drugs, foods, too, can pose problems. Most people know that food can impede the absorption of certain drugs. Other drugs are easier to tolerate if taken with food; sometimes food even aids absorption.

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