Figure 1: Negative food - drug interactions between drugs from a category and foods from a cuisine, expressed in permils.

From: Inferring Cuisine - Drug Interactions Using the Linked Data Approach

Figure 1: Negative food - drug interactions between drugs from a category and foods from a cuisine, expressed in permils.
Figure 1

Figure (a) depicts the interactions of drugs from categories B, C, N and V. The drugs from these four categories have more negative food - drug interactions with recipes from South Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Latin America and Africa, as opposed to other cuisines. Figure (b) depicts the interactions of drugs from categories A, D, G, J, L and S. These drugs have more intensive negative food - drug interactions with recipes from North America, Western Europe, Northern Europe and Eastern Europe, as opposed to other cuisines. Figure (c) depicts the interactions of drugs from categories H, P and R. These drugs have a significantly smaller ratio of interactions compared to those from (a) and (b).