Like cranberry, grapefruit is another fruit whose juice has been a debatable addition to the warfarin diet. A popular breakfast fruit, grapefruit is known to be a good source of vitamins, fiber and other nutrients as well as containing antioxidant and immunity-boosting abilities. Grapefruit is also known to aid in lowering your weight or cholesterol.1Including grapefruit in your diet can be beneficial but the citrus has become well-known for interacting with different over-the-counter and prescribed medications.

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