Category Archives: Cardiac Myocytic Disease

Reversing Heart Disease With Reversing Toxicity and Toxic Metal Chelation

                                                                                        Majid Ali, M.D. Insulin excess (hyperinsulinemia) has long been recognized as a major risk factor for coronary heart disease. Then why do we not make serious attempts to lower insulin levels to prevent and/or reverse coronary heart disease? Mercury, lead, cadmium, and other heavy metals are established risk factors for coronary heart disease. Then why do we not chelate

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The Oxygen Model of Hyperinsulinism and Insulin Resistance

Majid Ali, M.D. (An Article of Dr. Ali’s Course on Hyperinsulinism)   Hyperinsulinism is a state of excess insulin activity in the body as determined by raised blood insulin levels (hyperinsulinemia). Insulin resistance is the state in which cells are resistant to actions of insulin. The pancreas gland releases insulin hormone in response to rising blood sugar levels after a meal. Insulin

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Why Cardiologists Should Not Diagnose the Cadrio-metabolic Syndrome

                                                                          Majid Ali, M.D. Why should cardiologists not diagnose the cardio-metabolic syndromes? Because I have not yet met a cardiologist who is willing and able to reverse the so-called cardio-metabolic syndromes. Because noting good ever comes from this diagnosis. No one ever benefits from receiving this diagnosis. Because drugs used to treat this condition have never been proven o have

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The Oxygen Model of Cardiac Myocytic Disease

                         Coronary Heart Disease Not                           a Plumbing Problem?                                       Majid Ali, M.D.  Majid Ali, M.D. Most people look at heart disease as a plumbing problem. Celebrities talk about their coronary stents. Presidents exalt their coronary bypass procedures. On public television, highly esteemed hosts exhort the virtues of Lipitor and related drugs to lower blood cholesterol levels (once I heard Charlie

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