Dr. Oz's 5 Dangerous Food and Medication Combinations
Be careful...if you take anticoagulants. Certain anti-coagulants such as warfarin may be significantly affected by vitamin K-rich foods. If you are taking warfarin, it's important to be consistent every day with the amount of these foods that you eat so that you do not unintentionally make your blood more or less likely to clot—talk to your doctor about how much you should be eating. Similarly, talk to your doctor about how much garlic is safe to include in your diet, and avoid garlic supplements. Anticoagulants may also be affected by cranberry, ginger, glucosamine, ginseng and ginkgo.
**Note: This is not a complete list. You should always ask your doctor if you should avoid any particular foods, drinks or supplements specific to your medication regimen.