The acai berry is a fruit that has more recently been marketed to have antioxidant properties.
It has also been credited with other health benefits that have not yet been scientifically proven. False claims include the reversal of diabetes and other chronic illnesses, enlarging the size of your genitals, increasing men's sexual virility, and increasing sexual desire in women. In addition, there are no current studies supporting the berry’s supposed promotion of aiding in weight loss.
I cannot tell you if there are any interactions with levothyroxine or Pristiq. I can tell you that the two medications you are taking are safe to take together. Pristiq does not have any food considerations when taken orally. It is recommended that levothyroxine be taken on an empty stomach, 30 minutes to 1 hour prior to breakfast.
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