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A client taking theophylline should avoid certain foods, such as: tomatoes, mushrooms, nuts and peanuts. Other foods to avoid are black pepper and citrus fruit because they may interfere with absorption of the drug. *This list is not exhaustive. Theophylline can interact with many other foods, so speak to your doctor or pharmacist about how you should eat while taking the drug.* Theophylline interacts with a variety of different foods and it’s difficult to create an exhaustive list that would include every food that could cause a problem. Speak with your doctor or pharmacist for more information on which foods are safe to eat while on this medication. In general, avoid these: tomatoes, mushrooms, nuts and peanuts; black pepper; citrus fruit (lemons/oranges). Category: Food Safety Tips Article Length: 400 characters *In general, avoid these: tomatoes, mushrooms, nuts and peanuts; black pepper; citrus fruit (lemons/oranges).* */Theophylline interacts with a variety of different foods and it’s difficult to create an exhaustive list that would include every food that could cause a problem. Speak with your doctor or pharmacist for more information on which foods are safe to eat while on this medication. In general, avoid these: tomatoes, mushrooms, nuts and peanuts; black pepper; citrus fruit

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