What Is the Most Important Carcinogen Most Widely Neglected by Doctors?

Majid Ali, M.D.

October 14, 2014

What is the most important and most neglected carcinogen? My answer will surprise nearly everyone. It will seem highly improbable to some. It will offend many insulin-illiterate professionals. I would be grateful if the individuals in the third category send me an e-mail at aliacademy7@gmail.com and let me know where I went wrong.

So what is the most important and most neglected carcinogen? It is insulin toxicity. Do you agree with my answer? If not, please consider three of the following:

1. Google the words “Cancer Diabetes” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

2. Google the words “Cancer Obesity” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

3. Google the words “Cancer Inflammation” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

4. Google the words “Cancer Oxidative Stress” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

5. Google the words “Cancer diabetes” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

6. Google the words “Cancer Gerd” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

7. Google the words “Cancer Gall Stones” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

8. Google the words “Cancer Metabolic Syndrome” and read the first two paragraphs of the first two articles.

Next, please go to www.drali.org, click at “Free Courses” link, scroll down, find “Insulin Course” and read first two paragraphs of the first five articles. Then ask yourself if you should have a three-hour insulin profile done (glucose profile comes with insulin profile but is not important to me.)

Finally, if your time permits, please send me your comments at aliacademy7@gmail.com

I assure you that your time in doing this exercise will be well spent. I think it will encourage

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