Tag Archives: Inflammation

The Inflammation-Depression Connection by Majid Ali, M.D.

Majid Ali, M.D. June 27, 2014 Inflamed people are stressed people, and chronic inflammation leads  to pain and anxiety. When such people become depressed, it is a common practice to call its situational depression. The important point here is that this so-called situational depression often masks underlying depressive disposition in many individuals. Here is the scientific explanation of these observations

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What Is Inflammation?

What Is Inflammation? Majid Ali, M.D. Nature created inflammation to gently remind people—animals and plants as well—to take a pulse of their lives. Inflammation is a response to injury. The inflammatory response is also essential part of healing. I do not know any form of healing that can take place without inflammation and I do not know any disease process

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Introduction to Inflammation, Immunity, and Infectious Disorders

Introduction to Inflammation, Immunity, and Infectious Disorders Majid Ali, M.D. At energetic-molecular levels, life is an injury-healing-injury cycle. Healing is the intrinsic capacity of the organism to repair damage inflicted by that injury. No healing is possible without inflammation. So, iinflammation must be regarded as an integral part of the energetic-molecular mosaic that is life. This view of inflammation—that it

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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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