Preventing Food and Drug Interactions. The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service. Food can affect drug absorption Food can interfere with how a drug works. A drug may affect food absorption or how vitamins or minerals are used by the body A drug can affect appetite.
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Take pills and capsules with a large glass of water
Can cause liver damage with statin drugs
Beta blocker – Inderal, Lopressor
Nitrates – Nitro, Transderm Nitro, Isordil
Statins – Lipitor, Mevacor, Zocor, PrevacholAlcohol and Other Medicines for the Heart
No ginseng, broad or fava beans or food or beverages containing caffeine like coffee, chocolate, cola drinks, teaMOA Inhibitors
Take your medicines to every doctor visit
Learn all you can about your drugs
Use alcohol and caffeine very cautiously if at all
Drink plenty of waterIn Summary