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What specific drung interactions should one be concerned about when using Nutribullet?

Are customers advised to check with their physicians prior to using the Nutribullet in case they will be increasing their consumption of fruits and vegetables through their use of Nutribullet? (ie is the concern that they are on a medication whose metabolism is inhibited by a particular fruit? or whose action is reversed by Vitamin K consumption?) What are the components that are most likely to interact with medications once fruits and vegetables are liquefied?

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4 years ago

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We recommend discussing any dietary changes, including the introduction of NutriBlasts, with your Dr. if you are taking these prescription medications. When consuming more fruits and vegetables, favorable outcomes such as reduced cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and improved sleep, among others, have been recorded. In this case, medication dosages would need to be adjusted. In addition, some foods may interact with certain medications (most notably grapefruit and citrus fruits) which might increase the potency of the drug and cause negative side effects.

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