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Dr. Ronald L. Hunninghake

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Medical Director

Bright Spot

Employment History

  • Chief Medical Officer
    Bright Spot
  • Physician
    Bright Spot


  • MD
10 Total References
Web References
WellBella, 24 Mar 2012 [cached]
"We need our sleep-to recharge from the stresses of the day, to stay mentally and physically sharp, and even to keep our germ-fighting immune system in peak condition," says Ron Hunninghake, M.D., medical director of the Bright Spot for Health clinic in Wichita, Kan.
News, 17 May 2006 [cached]
Held a high dose vitamin C meeting with Dr. Ron Hunninghake, and was surprised that about 200 doctors attended and hopes they will soon join.
Dr. Ronald L. Hunninghake, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Bright Spot for Health, U.S.A.,
Alternative Medicine—Heart Protection Gets Personal, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
That's where supplements come in. "In many cases, they can improve your numbers as well as drugs can," says Ron Hunninghake, a physician at The Bright Spot for Health, a nutritional medicine center in Wichita, Kansas.
"Supplements can provide quick results," says Hunninghake, "but it makes no sense to take them and continue eating junk food."
Living Naturally, 13 Feb 2005 [cached]
Acid-reducing drugs, such as Prilosec, can interfere with vitamin B12 absorption and likely other nutrients as well, according to Ronald Hunninghake, MD, medical director of the Bright Spot for Health clinic in Wichita, Kansas.
Oral antibiotics, especially broad-spectrum antibiotics, destroy beneficial gut bacteria that aid in digestion and protect against intestinal flus and food poisoning.When that happens, diarrhea is often an immediate consequence, and absorption of vitamins and minerals may be hindered for weeks-or until gut bacteria recover.
Oral contraceptives don't usually hurt the gut, but they do manipulate hormone levels and lower blood levels of B-complex vitamins, zinc, and manganese.Regular use of NSAIDs, says Hunninghake, increases the risk of ulcers, which lead to problems with the absorption of other drugs and myriad nutrients.
"You don't absorb what you should, and you absorb what you're not supposed to," says Hunninghake.
New Page 1, 1 Aug 2005 [cached]
Ron Hunninghake, a physician with The Bright Spot for Health in Witchita, KS believes some people can benefit greatly from supplements. He uses them as a first line of defense, resorting to prescriptions only when the supplements don't show results.
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