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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

Many people in 40’s and above get indigestion from LOW stomach acid notes Jonathan Wright, MD

Many people have been convinced by the drug companies that heartburn and indigestion in people who are in their 40’s, 50’s and above is caused by TOO MUCH stomach acid, and have been convinced that what they need is to take an antacid or an acid blocking drug.

However, Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine, notes in this video that most of these people have TOO LITTLE stomach acid, and that the answer for these people is, after being tested to ensure that they have too little stomach acid, they need to take hydrochloric acid tablets along with the digestive enzyme pepsin to replace what they have lost with age.

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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

99% of the time indigestion, heartburn, bloating & gas is from LOW stomach acid, Jonathan Wright, MD

“What is really happening when we start getting heartburn and indigestion and bloating and belching and gas is almost always, and I really do mean 99% of the time, is [too little stomach acid],” notes Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine.

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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

NONE of his patients who were taking acid-blocking drugs had ever been tested, Jonathan Wright, MD

“In 1976 when we got a gadget in here which very precisely measures stomach acid output, since that time, literally a couple thousand [people] or more must have come in, in that length of time with heartburn, belching, gas and so on, who had been told [by their doctors] to take antacids in the early days, or they [their doctor] told them to take an acid-blocker, or they told me to take a protein pump-inhibitor… and I will ask them a very simple question, ‘Did you ever have your stomach output measured?’, and since 1976, EVERYONE has said, ‘No.’,” notes Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine.

He notes that it is a VERY simple thing to do, and is a VERY PRECISE test, and yet NO ONE has ever had this tested by their doctor before telling them to take an antacid or acid-blocking drug.

He also notes that the specification on how to do the test were published in the Canadian Medical Journal back in 1969 or 1970.

“We find that 99% of the time when people have those symptoms [heartburn, indigestion, bloating, belching and gas], there isn’t enough [stomach] acid, and we tell them that they need to take hydrochloric acid and pepsin tablets with their meals.”

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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

About 5% of people with low stomach acid need stomach reconditioning, Jonathan Wright, MD

In about 5% of people with low stomach acid, their stomaches are so atrophied that even a little bit of stomach acid hurts—taking hydrochloric acid and pepsin tablets with meals—and so they need a program to recondition their stomach to get them back to normal before they can start taking hydrochloric acid and pepsin tablets with meals notes Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine.

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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

Antacids and acid-blocking drugs cause malnutrition notes Jonathan Wright, MD

People who have too little stomach acid—usually people in their 40’s, 50’s and above who have heartburn and indigestion—are malnourished because they don’t absorb all the vitamins, minerals, protein, etc that they should from food notes Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine.

He notes that antacids and acid-blocking drugs that these people are usually prescribed, inadvertently cause malnutrition.

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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

People with low stomach acid or taking acid-blocking drugs are malnourished, Jonathan Wright, MD

People who have too little stomach acid—usually people in their 40’s, 50’s and above who have heartburn and indigestion—or those who are taking an acid-blocking drug, can eat the best organic food in the world and take lots of vitamins and minerals, but if enough stomach acid isn’t there, or if they are taking an acid-blocking drug, they won’t absorb a lot of these essential nutrients notes Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine.

However, he notes that most people don’t recognize these drugs as causing us to get sick because it make take several years before we get sick due to malnutrition.

He says that blocking stomach acid with these drugs CANNOT possibly be good for your health.

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JONATHAN WRIGHT, MD

Stomach acid measured by gastric analysis by radio telemetry notes Jonathan Wright, MD

Stomach acid is measured by gastric analysis by radio telemetry notes Jonathan Wright, MD, a pioneer in natural medicine.

He notes it does radio transmission of what is going on in the stomach.

He notes it was invented in Heidelberg, Germany, so it is sometimes called the “Heidelberg capsule”

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