Did you know the prescription drug you are taking may be depleting your body of vital nutrients?
Depletion happens when a medication causes the body to lose a nutrient. The drug might also interfere with the nutrient’s absorption.
Certain medications may have an adverse effect upon your body’s ability to absorb and maintain the nutrients you need for good health.
Depletion or interference: The mediation may deplete or interfere with the absorption or function of the nutrient. Taking these supplements may help replenish them.
Side effect reduction/prevention: Taking these supplements may help reduce the likelihood and/or severity of a potential side effect caused by the medication.
Supportive interaction: Taking these supplements may support or otherwise help your medication work better.
If you are taking any medication, may be depleting your body of vitamins and minerals.
We recommend taking our Sentry Multivitamin if you are taking almost any kind of prescription medication.
If you are taking anti-ulcerants, we recommend taking:
For those taking Cholesterol lowering medications, we recommend:
Antidepressant medications can deplete your body of valuable nutrients, so we recommend taking:
Patients taking anti-inflammatory/corticosteroids should also take:
Those taking anti-rheumatics/NSAIDs should also take:
If you are taking anti-psychotic medication, it’s important to take the following:
In addition to regular medication for diabetes, you should also take:
If you suffer from high blood pressure or are on medications for cardiovascular disease, it’s recommended that you take:
Oral contraceptives can also deplete vitamins and minerals, so it’s important to also take:
For those being treated for bone density, you should also take:
If you are taking anti-epileptic medications, you should also take:
For those being treated for bipolar disorder, it’s important to also take:
If you are taking serotonin reuptake inhibitors, you should also take:
And finally, if you are taking strong analgesics, you should also take:
For an overview of vitamin and mineral products and the corresponding drug categories, please see the chart below:
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