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


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    Monday, July 30, 2012 2:20 pm Email this article

    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.

    He points out that when we are young, we have very strong stomach acid, and can eat anything without a problem.

    Contact Info

    Dr. Wright’s Contact Info

    Jonathan V. Wright, MD
    Tahoma Clinic
    801 SW 16th St., Ste. 121
    Renton, WA 98055
    (425) 264-0059 phone
    (425) 264-0071 fax
    http://www.tahomaclinic.com

    About Dr. Wright

    More about Dr. Wright

    Jonathan Wright, MD is a pioneer in natural medicine.

    He is the first person to combine bioidentical hormones for women, a product called Tri-Estrogen, which he did in 1982.

    He is the author of the book Why Stomach Acid is Good for You.

    A list of the other wonderful books he has written are listed here.

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