Dr. Jonathan Wright

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Jonathan Wright

Jonathan V. Wright, MD

Since 1976, Dr. Wright has written about the latest natural healing discoveries in his books, newsletter and magazine articles as well as teaching his techniques at yearly medical conferences. The Medical Director of Tahoma Clinic in the Puget Sound area of Washington State, he is a well-known researcher, author, and speaker on natural approaches to disease and wellness.

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Articles by Dr. Jonathan Wright

You Can Cure and Prevent Gestational Diabetes

Research confirms that gestational diabetes can be linked to autism in the newborn. So what is a mother to do who develops this? Gestational diabetes can be addressed with a simple vitamin supplement. If you know someone who suffers from this, read on.

Brain Breakthrough!

No matter what you’ve been led to believe Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and cognitive decline are not a normal part of aging, and they are preventable. While prevention is always best of course, effective treatment for those who are already suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive decline is important.

Avoid the Metformin Bandwagon

What are the preferred natural alternatives to metformin? The botanical berberine stands out as the obvious number one alternative. Berberine is safer and equal to or superior to metformin. For example, for treatment of type-2 diabetes, insulin resistance and the high lipid levels resulting from insulin resistance, berberine is equal (in blood sugar and insulin resistance regulating effect) or superior (in lowering high lipids) to metformin. For heart disease Berberine has not been reported to cause low blood sugar, vitamin B12 or folate deficiency, raise homocysteine levels, or increase the risk of heart attacks.

Folate vs. Folic Acid

Discover the stunning truth behind this essential "vitamin" – and the simple switch that's much, much better for you.

The Root Cause of Your Autoimmune Disease — and why treating it can be easier than you think

All it takes is one look around the grocery store to see that gluten sensitivity is on the rise. Because of the increase in celiac disease, gluten-free foods are more in demand now than ever before. But did you know that even if you don't have celiac disease, you might be gluten sensitive and not even know it? Dr. Jonathan Wright explains.