Thursday, December 29, 2011

Never Drinking Fruit Juice When Taking Medicine

Choosing fruit juice as a beverage while taking medicine seems have to be avoided. A new study suggests that fruit juice can affect the body's ability to absorb medications that cause the therapy to be less effective.

Researchers from Canada showed that grapefruit juice, orange juice and apple juice shown to interfere with the body's ability to absorb certain medications and reduce the effectiveness of therapy. According to research, fruit juices may reduce the effectiveness of drugs used to treat cancer, heart disease, and organ transplantation.

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