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This is a great list! I would also like to know what foods can interact with prescriptions I am currently taking. Such as for my hashimoto's disease, I feel like some foods make me feel better than others. So it's an everyday challenge and balance.

Dr Erowele

As a clinical and ambulatory care pahrmacists, I couldn't agree with you more. A more educated patient, is a better patient with improved outcomes to health, adherence to medical instructions and medications.

Dr Erowele
Editor @ CareNovateMag.com

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