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Bowel Ecology – A Historical Note

Bowel Ecology – Circa 1987 and 2015 Majid Ali, M.D. On March 24, 2015, Med Scape posted an article entitled “The Microbiome and Brain Health: What’s the Connection?” (See the link below). I read the article with great interest. The part of the article I liked best was the bibliography. Specifically, it contained 38 citations. I highly recommend these citations

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Evidence for the Oxygen Model of Chronic Fatigue States (SEID By the New Name)

Majid Ali, M.D. My Oxygen Model of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome states that persistent chronic fatigue results from disturbed oxygen functions and predicts that all oxystatic therapies effectively administered will relieve chronic fatigue symptoms and eventually restore health. I coined the term oxystatic therapy for any therapy that restores oxygen functions. Direct evidence for the Oxygen Model of Chronic Fatigue was

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Gluten Sensitivity – A Thoughtful Letter From a Serious Minded Reader

Majid Ali, M.D. Here is my response to a letter I received on the subject of gluten senisitivity. It raises many important questions that deserve clear answers, which I try to answer in my library of articles and videos of “Dr. Ali’s Gluten Sensitivity Course.” Dear Patrick, I thank you for your letter. I read it and value it for

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Dr. Ali’s Gluten Sensitivity Course

Majid Ali, M.D. This course comprises articles listed below as well as a library of my videos on Vimeo.com and other video platforms. The articles in the course address the following issues: 1. Why didn’t gluten make masses of people sick in past millennia? 2. Why is gluten making masses of people sick now? 3. Can most chronically ill “gluten-sensitive” patients

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Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, Gut Fermentation, and Leaky Gut Protocol

Majid Ali, M.D. In 1987, I published a monograph entitled “Altered States of Bowel Ecology.” My purpose was to underscore the core importance of ecologic thinking in caring for individuals not only with diseases of the alimentary tract but also gut-related systemic disorders. All chronic diseases are rooted in deficits of two primal nutrients: nutrient compassion for the soul and

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Why Did Wheat Become Toxic for Humans – After 300,000 Years or So?

Majid Ali, M.D. Wheat more than any other grain sustained the human populations throughout history. Wheat allowed our species to continue to proliferate against all odds and spread all over the planet. Here is the core question concerning the epidemic of gluten sensitivity: why did wheat become toxic for humans – after 300,000 years or so? (See the companion article

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The Seed-Feed-and-Occasionally-Weed-Way Back to Health

Reversing Chronic Inflammatory, Immune, and Infectious Diseases Majid Ali, M.D. If you suffer from any chronic disease, please know that your gut is fermenting with overgrowth of fermenting microbes. Gut fermentation sooner or later will lead to leaky gut state, mitochondrial blockages, and cellular dysfunction. It is that simple. What symptom-complexes are produced in who is always a less important matter.

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