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Taken Empty Stomach
Yes and yes but...: Turmeric is perfectly fine to take on an empty stomach but some people might have stomach upset with it, in which case you should take it with food. It can be taken raw, but is better absorbed when combined with oils & fats. Curcumin is an important component. Meriva is a patented curcumin extract which is combined with phosphotidylcholine & is up to 26 times better absorbed than plain curcumin. ...Read more
See Your Doctor Now: In general, giving cold and cough medications to young children without prior examination by a doctor is not recommended. Be aware that young children have limited communication skills and cues to severity of illness can be missed. There are numerous causes for cough. A thorough medical history and physical exam is necessary for correct diagnosis and treatment. See your child's doctor now. ...Read more
Does honey with warm water if taken empty stomach early morning on a regular basis leads to constipation?
Don't "detox"!!!: This has been addressed many times on Healthtap, & the repeated answer is: don't cleanse! it doen't matter whether the snake oil (sorry "detox cleanse") you choose is "organic" or not--there is no enduring value to "cleansing" the liver or colon. Rather, there is considerable risk to your health. What are your supposed toxins? Pull prior healthtap answers on this subject & please don't cleanse! ...Read more
Can too much tea and sugar cause hems to get worse and bleed? Especially taken an empty stomach? I have read where caffeine is not good for them.
Prenatal vitamins(2tabs)citranatal 90 dha packaging says"take on empty stomach".Which tablet is supposed to be taken on empty stomach?vitamins or dha?
For best absorption, i took D3 supplement tab with full fatty meal. Does carlson vit D3 drops need that also or could it be taken on empty stomach.?
No food needed: It can be taken with or without food. ...Read more
?Ampyra (dalfampridine): You could use with or without food twice daily, but some patients do have mild GI upset. Hopefully drug will assist. Note you do not list your meds, and not clear if you have been diagnosed as secondary progressive. Might discuss management with your neurologist, as multiple interventions may help. ...Read more
How to take meds: Best to take one hour before a meal or 3-4 hours after meals. ...Read more
It doesn't matter: There is no reason a drug in the barbiturate class can't be taken on an empty stomach. ...Read more