Folic Acid: Take at a different time than your antacids.
Antacids decrease the absorption of folic acid. In severe cases of deficiency, lack of folic acid can lead to tiredness, weakness, clumsiness, unsteady gait, memory loss, and irritability.
Phosphorus: Take at a different time than your antacids.
Antacids decrease the levels of phosphorus in your body. Phosphorus is indicated more for those with kidney dysfunction and/or are taking antacids for the long term. Improper dosage of phosphorus can be very dangerous to your health. You must talk to your naturopathic doctor to discover what is the right dosage for you.
Citrates (Magnesium Citrate, Calcium Citrate, Potassium Citrate etc.)
Citrates can increase the absorption of aluminum found in some antacids. High levels of aluminum have been associated with kidney damage and potential nerve damage.
Citrates are found in citrus fruits such as oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruit and some berries.