Is The Consumption Of Drugs Or Vitamin Supplements Together With Drinking Oranges?
If you take medicine or vitamin supplements is it dangerous or poisoned if you consume oranges or acidic drinks
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Basically no problem to consume vitamins or supplements with mixed oranges or acidic drinks. Because when it reaches the stomach, all food and drinks that enter our body will be digested by the stomach that secretes stomach acid as well. So when judging from whether acidic drinks are harmful to vitamins and supplements, the answer is no, because even in the stomach it will be processed by stomach acids which are also acidic.
But what needs to be noticed here is what vitamins you are referring to, and whether you have had stomach acid disease before. Gastric acid disease is when stomach acid rises to an undue place, which is the esophagus, can be due to too much production, weakened retaining muscles, or both. This condition causes the emergence of heartburn, nausea, vomiting, chest pain, tightness, tongue feels sour, decreased appetite, bloating, and chest feels hot. These symptoms may be assumed by some ordinary people to be poisoned.
If you consume oranges, acidic drinks, and especially if the vitamin you mean is vitamin C which in fact is also acidic, then in addition to the vitamin C content in your body becomes excessive, your potential to experience stomach acid disease increases. The point is if you have ever tried it and there aren't any complaints, it means it doesn't matter because your stomach is strong. But if you've tried it and there are complaints of abdominal pain, it means you have stomach acid disease. If you are in doubt and afraid of the potential effects, it would be better if you don't try it and take vitamins and supplements with water as usual. So, hopefully answering your question.