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Broccoli and grapefruit - part 2

In a nutshell

Grapefruit can prolong the half life of various drugs, such as statins and benzodiapenes.

There is also reason to believe that grapefruit - either as juice or the whole fruit - has potential to lower cancer risk, improve insulin response and cardiovascular risk factors, and possibly even help lose weight.

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