“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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