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Aiding Millions in tackling unsupervised Food-Drug & Drug-Drug Interactions.
Undesirable pharmacological effects in a consumer of prescription drugs are often triggered by the drug interactions either amongst themselves or with the food that the consumer intakes, thereby causing millions of unwanted interactions in home settings and unsupervised non-clinical settings.
Co-administration of Drug and Food Constituents.
Analogous to drug products, food is also a mixture of different chemical entities endowed with a determinable structure and specific (re)active molecules.
Nonetheless, it is clear that food is a very complex chemical system, in which low and high molecular weight components are mixed together and all of them can, in
the principle, cause-specific food-drug interactions that can be classified in terms of binding properties.
There are several mechanisms by which drugs may interact with other drugs, but most can be categorized as pharmacokinetics (absorption, distribution, metabolism,
excretion), pharmacodynamic (additive, synergistic, or antagonistic effects), or combined interactions.
Increasing Therapeutic benefits of Prescription plans for Patients.
Co-administration of Food or drink with active prescriptions can affect absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion (ADME) mechanism of a drug, i.e., drug release (volume and composition of luminal fluids, transit times, motility), absorption mechanism of the drug (uptake and efflux transporters), distribution of the drug throughout the cells (lymphatic drug transport,
lipoprotein, and plasma protein binding), metabolism and elimination mechanism (drug-metabolizing enzymes and drug transporters).
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