Tag Archives: Dysox

Oxygen – Why An Orphan?

Majid Ali, M.D. Nature chose oxygen to drive all aspects of human evolution. To facilitate this evolution, it also made the element essential for animals and plants. How profoundly ironic is this that we humans are doing every possible dumb thing to thwart nature’s “oxygen card” and make life on our planet unwell and sick.? In human spheres, oxygen has

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The Oxygen Model of Health and Aging Majid Ali, M.D.

The Oxygen Model OF Health and Aging Majid Ali, M.D.   My grandfather forgot to die on time. We do not know how long he lived — 101 years, 102 years, or more. My grandmother was also a centenarian. With that genetic pool, I sometimes wonder about my own life span. Then I realize that my grandparents lived free of pesticides, refrigerators,

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Gulf War Syndrome—Navy News Considers My Prediction

Majid Ali, M.D. 1995: Navy News Gulf War Syndrome—Who’s Addressing the Issue? Long before the first veterans returned from the Persian Gulf Dr. Majid Ali, associate professor of pathology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York, predicted five outcomes: (1) That a large number of service men and women in the Persian Gulf region

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Glycolysis Study of 236 Patients With Dysoxygenosis

                                           Majid Ali, M.D. In 1998, I coined the term dysoxygenosis for a state of dysfunctional oxygen metabolism. The glycolysis data presented below was obtained with one of my several studies on the subject of ATP generation. For professional readers interested in this subject, I suggest the 10th, 11th, and 12th volumes of my textbook entitled “The Principles and Practice

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What Is Fueling Autism Epidemic? A Different View

Fermenting Planet, Fermenting Little People Majid Ali, M.D. Our planet is fermenting and so are we. This, of course, is not new. What is new is the scale of the change. Humans can think only on linear scales. For example, I say that going at 50 miles an hour, my car will travel 100 miles in two hours. That is

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Oxygen Therapies

Oxystatic (Oxygen-restoring) Therapies Majid Ali, M.D. In 1999, I introduced the term oxystatic therapies for treatments that restore oxygen homeostasis in the body.1 My purpose then was to keep a sharp focus on all the elements that compromise oxygen-driven functions of the body—energetic, metabolic, immune, detoxification, and regenerative—and so interfere with body’s healing responses. This is a crucial issue also

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Fermentation – Good, Bad, and Ugly

                                                    Majid Ali, M.D. Our early primordial ancestors were fermenters. Throughout human evolution, some of those fermenting cells thrived in oxygen-poor nitches in the human body, serving many purposes, including food digestion. These were “good fermenters.” Our later human ancestors learned—experientially or intuitively, it seems—learned ferment foods to enhance their value. We can call it “good fermentation.” Every chronic

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