Category Archives: Bowel flora

A Daughter’s Poop Makes Her Mom Obese – A Fecal Implant Story

Majid Ali, M.D. About twenty years ago, I was asked to speak at a fibromyalgia-fatigue conference in Michigan. The speaker before me presented his idea of fecal implants to “cure” fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. His plan was to radiate the patient’s bowel to eradicate the bowel flora and, as he put it, “re-populate the bowel with fecal implant. I

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The Seed-Feed-and-Occasionally-Weed-Way Back to Health

Reversing Chronic Inflammatory, Immune, and Infectious Diseases Majid Ali, M.D. If you suffer from any chronic disease, please know that your gut is fermenting with overgrowth of fermenting microbes. Gut fermentation sooner or later will lead to leaky gut state, mitochondrial blockages, and cellular dysfunction. It is that simple. What symptom-complexes are produced in who is always a less important matter.

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THE GUT IS A MISUNDERSTOOD ORGAN – Altered Bowel Ecology

Majid Ali, M.D. The bowel ecosystem is always injured in chronic states, and its restoration is one of my top priorities in my integrative program for reversing chronic diseases. In pharmaceutical medicine, when the symptoms are directly related to the gut, the treatment strategy consists of symptom suppression with drugs. When the symptoms are not directly related to the gut,

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SEED, FEED AND WEED Approach to Healing

Majid Ali, M.D. In my book The Canaries and Chronic Fatigue (1994), I described my Seed, Feed and Weed approach for restoring bowel ecosystem as one of the two centerpieces of my integrative program for reversing chronic illness. Below, I reproduce some text from that volume. I refer the readers interested in a deeper understanding of the underlying scientific principles to

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Artificial Sweeteners Cause Obesity and Diabetes

Artificial Sweeteners Cause Obesity and Diabetes Majid Ali, M.D. I am wary of miracles of synthetic chemistry that claim to promote healthful aging. Sometimes the case of such synthetics appear to be convincing. In rare cases it indeed is so. The dangers of sugar for creating insulin toxicity is so real and deep that I do see some merit in

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