A depletion chart for some common drugs is given below
Increases loss of Phosphorous Destroys Thiamin
Decreases absorption of Vitamins A B12, Folate, Iron, Calcium, and Zinc.Loss of intestinal flora which help digestion and synthesis of B-Complex Vitamins.
Increases loss of VitaminC, Thiamin Calcium and Iron
Arsenic + Sulpha
Destroys PABA( Para Amino Benzoic Acid)
Barbituates & Other Hypotonics(Sleeping pills)
Blocks Carbohydrates Metabolism Reduces absorption of Thiamin.
Diuretics (BloodPressure Control)
Increases loss of Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium and Sodium.
Reduces levels of B- Vitamin-Thiamin, Riboflavin + Niacin in the body.
Destroys Enzyme and Phosphates
Reduces the absorption and levels of Vitamins A, D, E and K and calcium
Reduces levels of B2 or Riboflavin
Alters use of Riboflavin and B6 and Decreases absorption of Folate
Chloromycetin Destroys Niacin
Reduces the manufacture of B-Complex Vitamins in the intestines