Fruit juices other than grapefruit can interact with drugs.

We're all aware that grapefruit juice can affect the absorption and metabolism of some drugs. In many cases, it can increase absorption and sometimes lead to toxicity.

Now preliminary evidence suggests that orange and apple juice can REDUCE absorption of certain drugs.

These juices inhibit an intestinal transporter called OATP1A2.

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