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A 66-year-old male asked:

Can i take artichoke supplement with heart medicines?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology 50 years experience
Not a recognized: Medication. Artichoke supplement is not an approved medication. As a food supplement it is not regulated and not likely to do you any good. If you must take it, discuss it with the doctor who prescribed the heart medication.
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How to improve the heart and what supplement should take?

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Dr. Douglas Green
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25 years experience
Diet, exercise...: And controlling your risk factors are the mainstays. Talk to your pcp and arrange for them to help you with a plan... And follow it. There are no magic pills.... But, you can decrease your over-all risk by controlling the risk factors.
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