7 Medications and Food Intake Drug Complications That Alter Food Intake
8 and Food Intake (Conti.) Medicationsand Food Intake (Conti.)Medication That AlterAppetite
9 Diet-Drug Interactions on Nutrient Absorption and AbsorptionMedication Effectson Nutrient Absorption
10 Diet-Drug Interactions and Absorption (Conti.) Drug-nutrient binding
11 Diet-Drug Interactions and Absorption (Conti.) Altered acidity in thestomach
12 Diet-Drug Interactions and Absorption (Conti.) Stomach Emptying Rate
13 Diet-Drug Interactions and MetabolismAn increase leads to a decreasein enzyme activity in drug concentrationand effectANDA decrease leads to an increase
14 Diet-Drug Interactions and Metabolism ( Conti.)
15 Diet-Drug Interactions and Metabolism ( Conti.) A New Concern - GrapefruitCan cause more of a drug to be absorbed from intestine – even toxic levelsMay cause a drug not to work
16 Diet-Drug Interactions and Metabolism ( Conti.)
17 Diet-Drug Interactions and Metabolism ( Conti.) Vitamin K and WarfarinKeep intake of foods containing Vitamin K constantVitamin K is high in spinach, kale, cauliflower, broccoli and other leafy greensAlso don’t take Vitamin Ksupplement
18 Diet-Drug Interactions and ExcretionMedication Effects onNutrient Excretion
19 Diet-Drug Interactions and Excretion ( Conti.)Dietary Effects onMedication Excretion
23 ConclusionClinicians often overlook or fail to recognize diet-drug interactions, yet such interactions can raise health care costs and result in serious, and sometimes fatal, complications. With hundreds of diet-drug interactions known and more to be identified in the future, health care professionals must learn to take steps to prevent them.
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