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Food/Drug/Nutrient Interactions

Woman giving man his medication. Credit:JupiterimagesFoods, and the nutrients they contain, can interact with medications we take. This can cause unwanted effects. A food/drug interaction occurs when a food, or one of its components, interferes with the way a drug is used in the body. A drug/nutrient interaction occurs when a drug affects the use of a nutrient in the body.

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