Riesgos por consumo de medicamentos con frutas y verduras

Autores/as

  • Lourdes Rodríguez-Fragoso Profesora e investigadora, Facultad de Farmacia, UAEM

Resumen

En este texto se aborda la problemática de consumir medicamentos y alimentos simultáneamente, principalmente frutas y verduras, las cuales pueden llegar a afectar la forma en que el cuerpo humano absorbe el medicamento. A partir de ello se explica el tipo de alimentos y enzimas que metabolizan fármacos, es decir que afectan en la transportación y absorción de éstos. En la actualidad con tantas enfermedades, se toman varios medicamentos de forma regular, al consumirlos junto con algunas frutas o verduras como la toronja, se corre el riego de disminuir la eficacia del medicamento, por lo que se deben intensificar los esfuerzos para esclarecer los riesgos de consumo.

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Publicado

2021-09-07

Cómo citar

Rodríguez-Fragoso, L. . (2021). Riesgos por consumo de medicamentos con frutas y verduras. Inventio, 9(19), 37–45. Recuperado a partir de http://inventio.uaem.mx/index.php/inventio/article/view/340