Category Archives: Majid Ali

Lithium Is A Brain Nutrient Series Part Seven

                                                Lithium Toxicity and Lab Testing                                                         Majid Ali, M.D. For about twenty years, I have considered low-dose lithium (50 to 100 mg daily) to be a useful brain nutrient in the care of patients with anxiety, depression, psychosis, and autism spectrum and related developmental challenges. I first leaned about it from Professor Oscar Krusei of Columbia University, New York,

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What Is Desirable Testosterone Level for Women?

Majid Ali, M.D. Should it be below 41? Or below 48? Or below 74? I mention these three levels because I hold in my hand three lab reports of three adult women. My answer: none of them. In my female patients without hormonal problems, blood testosterone levels were below 12 (nannograms per milliliter). I might add that I served as

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Calories Are Calories – It’s Your Ignorance, Stupid!

                            Majid Ali, M.D. Here is a short commentary on a sugar articles published by The New York Times on May 9, 2014. Consider the following quote from the article: “In an interview, Dr. Wang said that for the most part, “if we’re just talking about body weight and obesity, the evidence seems to point in the direction that calories

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The Oxygen Model of Mental Health and Disorders

                                                                                   Majid Ali, M.D.  I proposed my Oxygen Model of Mental Health and Disorder as an extension of my Oxygen Model of Health and Disease. It is a unifying model that explains all aspects of mental health and mental disorders—causes, clinical course, consequences, and control—on the basis of impaired oxygen signaling, diminished oxygen’s detergent functions, and interrupted oxygen’s cellular

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Truth About Heart Attacks and Strokes – A Call for Low-Carb Diet From The New York Times

                                         Majid Ali, M.D. Healthy fats prevent heart attacks. So do healthy proteins. Heart attacks are caused by chronic anger and insulin toxicity which, in turn, results from sugar toxicity. Insuln toxicity is fermenting, inflaming, and fattening. These statements are based on established facts of science. The New York Times, of course, has had nothing but disdain for the above

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Why I Never Diagnose the Metabolic Syndrome. Why No One Else Should Diagnose It As well

Majid Ali, M.D. What Is the metabolic syndrome? I do not know. What Is cardio-metabolic syndrome? I do not know that either. If I do not know what the metabolic syndrome and the cardio-metabolic syndromes are, how can I diagnose them? Why should no on one else diagnose the metabolic syndrome and the cardio-metabolic syndromes? I explain my answer in

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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 Metabolic Syndrome in Adults: What Might That Be?

                                       Majid Ali, M.D. How wide is the problem of the metabolic syndrome among adults now? What may be expected in the next two deacdes considering the rising incidence of the syndrome among children? Consider the following quote from the editorial in June 4, 2004 issue of Science: There is a growing public health crisis that is global in scope,

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