Nutrient-drug interactions caused by drugs such as statins used to treat cardiovascular disease are most likely to result in
a. poor absorption of vitamins.
b. poor metabolism of the drug when taken with grapefruit.
c. enhanced metabolism of the drug rendering it less effective when taken on an empty stomach.
d. enhanced excretion of potassium and other electrolytes.


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