Tag Archives: Diabetes Type 2

Direct Evidence of Insulin Toxicity

Majid Ali, M.D. Here is a thought experiment. Suppose we conduct two large trials to investigate the incidence of death caused by insulin used to treat diabetes. For the first randomized trial, we take 5,000 patients with a median A1c level of 8.1% and assign them to receive intensive therapy for a target A1c value below 6.0%.. Next, we take another

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A1c Blood Test Is Unreliable for Diabetes Screening – Case Two: Positive A1c Test Without Diabetes

A1c Blood Test Is Unreliable for Diabetes Screening Case Two: Positive A1c Test Without Diabetes Majid Ali, M.D. A1c blood tests is used for screening for diabetes. In my view this test is far too unreliable to be used for this purpose. In this A1c Test Series, I present case studies to support my position. A1c test is used for diagnosis

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A1c Blood Test for Diabetes

              A1c Blood Test for Diabetes Majid Ali, M.D. Here are the seven core messages of this article about the A1c blood test: * It is excellent for screening for diabetes. * It is not reliable for detecting insulin toxicity that precedes the diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes by several years. * It is excellent for monitoring the efficacy of

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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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Oxygen, Insulin Toxicity, and Inflammation – Part One: Clinical Benefits of Chelation

                                                                       Majid Ali, M.D. I describe some aspects of a series of consecutive 125 four-hour insulin profiles to present what I consider to be “evolutionary insulin design.” This design is disrupted by the trio of toxicities of foods, environment, and thoughts that cause the trio of molecular states of acidosis, oxidosis, and clotting-unclotting dysequilibrium (CUD). The insulin design so disrupted

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