Very large doses of acai might affect the results of MRI scans. It is important to let your doctor know that you’ve been eating acai berries if you’re scheduled to have a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test.
If you’re taking amounts of acai higher than you’d normally eat as food, such as in dietary supplements, be sure to check with your doctor. This is especially important for people taking medications for high cholesterol or diabetes, and for people with kidney disease, as large amounts of acai might affect the management of these conditions.
Acai berry is taken by many people due to its antioxidant effects. However, its antioxidant effects may decrease the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs and also with radiation treatments.