Can you eat mozzarella with warfarin?
Nobody produces mozarella with warfarin.
can you eat grape jelly if your on warfarin
Did you eat moldy mozzarella cheese? Who knows.... I never ate moldy mozzarella cheese!
My doctor tells me to avoid grapefruit. There is an enzyme in grapefruit that interacts with Warfarin.
Warfarin is a prescription blood thinner taken by cardiac patients to help reduce the risk of heart attack and strokes. It is completely safe to eat tomatoes while taking Warfarin.
It is not recommended to eat a package of mozzarella after the expiration date. After the expiration date, the cheese can develop mold.
No, you can't.
Isnt that a drug?
Not all americans eat cheese instead of mozzarella, we actually eat it with cheese then sprinkle mozzarella on top. Grouping together every american in the world saying we all eat the same thing isnt right. We all like it differently i prefer cheese but i know some people who prefer mozzarella. The reason why most of us eat it with cheese though im not sure.
Yes, you can.
Yes, you can.
Yes you can hun.
Since beetroot only contains a small amount of vitamin K, you can eat it whilst taking warfarin. However, you should not eat beet greens as these are high in vitamin K.
Everything!! Apart from cranberries, liqourice and grapefruit :)
I do and it hasn't harmed me.
Raisins and comadin
If taking warfarin, you should avoid vegetables which are rich in vitamin K, such as leeks, spinach, broccoli and peas.
Only if you eat it.
Depends on your system and how much you eat.
The most common rat poison is warfarin. It can kill a man if enough of it was eaten. Warfarin is strychnine, and as such, deadly.
NO, almost evey cheese is sold ready to eat.
yes, peaches are low in vitamin k
I would eat it up to about 10 days after if no sign of mould
Yes It Is absolutely. And it tastes very good! :)
Only if it is made with pasteurized milk.
Yes, that is safer.
cranberry juice and i dont know what else
Unless you are lactose intolerant, yes.
I have for years cut off the mold than used it
Yes, that is safe.
I'm wondering the same thing
Yes, you can eat a lemon a day while taking warfarin. The biggest thing to consider is how much vitamin-K a fruit or vegetable contains. Keep in mind that consistency is the key when maintaining a good INR.
Mozzarella is about it as far as names go. Water buffalo's and cow's milk mozzarella are distinguished, respectively, by the terms Mozzarella di Buffala - the traditional mozzarella - and Mozzarella fior di latte. Otherwise, mozzarella is mozzarella; the Italian term is used internationally to describe this style of cheese.
Manuka honey is a holistic antibiotic and antioxidant. This treatment promotes healing and reduces the risk of infection. There are no reports of any interaction of Manuka honey with warfarin.
no i had the same exact problem.
I wouldn't use it that late.
If it looks good, up to about 10 days.
Liquorice has inhibitory effects on cytochrome p450, the enzymatic system which is responsible for the break down of endogenous and exogenous substances, and thus may potentiate warfarins effects, leading to an increased risk of bleeding. so its advisable not to eat liquorice if you are on warfarin.
Mozzarella is spelled the same in French.
The only foods indicated int he British National Formula for interacting wth warfarin is cranberry and grapefruit juice so you are most likly safe with eating ginger
Mozzarella is a type of cheese.
No. It does not affect the warfarin.
Cheddar cheese is what they like the most but they will hardly eat mozzarella.
don't eat it. it must have gotten air and it oxygenated.
Of course I personally like fresh mozzarella better!!!!
The recommendation is to eat a balanced diet from day to day. Eating foods high in Vit K, like sauerkraut, can increase the effect of Warfarin, thus causing an increase in bleeding which could potentially cause hemorrhage. Common places of hemorrhage that could be lethal are in your brain and stomach. The above statement is false, and needs to be removed! Foods high in vitamin K, like sauerkraut, can REDUCE the effect of Warfarin, thus… Read More
Warfarin contains an anticoagulant chemical that reduces the clotting ability of the blood. After several feedings rodents die from fatal haemorrhage. plus they bring the pellets back to there nest for other mice to eat
Mozzarella is spelled correctly.
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