Unsettled stomach, soft stool and nausea are the rare side effects from using Avemar
Women who are either pregnant or nursing should not consume Avemar. It should not be consumed by people who have had an organ or tissue transplant, for those suffering from bleeding GI ulcers, malabsorption syndrome, gluten sensitive enterophaties (celiac sprue), fructose intolerance or who have hypersensitivity to gluten, wheat germ or any of the components or ingredients of this product or suffering from disorders where the symptoms are aggravated by the over-function of cellular immune response.
It is recommended to discontinue Avemar usage 2 days before barium X-ray contrast examinations and resume 2 days after the completion of the examination.
We are not aware of drug to drug interactions apart from Vitamin C and other reducing agents. In vivo and in vitro studies have shown that Avemar, when taken together with Vitamin C, reduces the beneficial effects of Avemar. At least two hours, therefore, must pass between taking Avemar and Vitamin C.
We are not aware of interference with other dietary supplements or special diets. Please consult with a health care professional that specializes in natural and nutritional medicine for a comprehensive protocol of diet, exercise and dietary supplements.
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