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Magnesium – Looking Through Oxygen’s Prism

Majid Ali, M.D. Magnesium is an excellent case for looking at nutrition through the prism of oxygen homeostasis. It serves both as the primal liberator of oxygen and one of its chief lieutenants in the initial cellular energetics. Thus, the case study of magnesium offers crucially important insights into the fundamentals of the health/dis-ease/disease continuum, and sheds light on myriad

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Evidence of Oxygen Model of Insulin Toxicity

Majid Ali, M.D. Facts, Facts, and a Thought Experiment In this article in my library of articles on insulin toxicity and oxygen model of insulin toxicity, I present some compelling facts about insulin toxicity. To make my case with simple words, I invite you to consider a thought experiment. We will conduct two large trials to investigate the incidence of death caused by

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Insulin Toxicity Case Study 7 – Insulin Profile in Diabetes Type 2B

Insulin Toxicity Case Study 7 Insulin Profile in Diabetes Type 2B Majid Ali, M.D. Doctors often raise their eyebrows when I speak about the need for insulin testing for patients receiving long-term insulin injection for the presumed diabetes Type 1 after years of treatment for diabetes Type 2. Tables1 presented below, I illustrate underscore the need for insulin profiling in

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What Might Catfish Befuddled by Excess Acidity Teach About Attention Deficit in Class Rooms?

    The Larger the Sugar Intake, the Greater the Body Burden of Acidity Majid Ali, M.D. We live in age of excess acidity in our foods, our environment, and toxic thoughts. Yes, toxic thoughts do cause excess acidity not only in muscles but also in brain cells. Even subtle changes in cellular acidity affect cellular function. We live in

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What Can Robins Lost in Flight Teach About Children Lost in Classrooms?

  What Can Robins Lost in Flight Teach About Children Lost in Classrooms? Who Do You Listen to – and Why? Majid Ali, M.D. Electromagnetic noise is emitted everywhere humans use electronic devices. For decades, it has been hotly debated whether man-made electric and magnetic fields affect biological processes, including human health. So far, no putative effect of anthropogenic electromagnetic

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