Infographic: 8 Foods That Change How Well Your Prescription Drugs Work

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a spoon slicing into half a grapefruit.
If you’ve ever felt sick after taking medication, you know how important it is to take the right dosage at the right time of day with the right amount of food in your stomach. But did you know that certain foods can seriously impact how well medication works? Some might help the medication work better while others can reduce its effectiveness.
See our guide to know what to eat—and what to avoid—the next time you take medicine.
Photo credit: Akiko Yanagawa

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