Tag Archives: Insulin Hyperinsulinism

INSULIN REDUCTION AND EDTA CHELATION for Heart Health

Oxygen, Insulin Toxicity, Inflammation, and the Clinical Benefits of Chelation – Part II Majid Ali, M.D. In 1923, the German physician, E. Kylin published a paper entitled “Studies of the hypertension-hyperglycemia-hyperuricemia syndrome,”1 clearly linking derangements of glucose metabolism to cardiovascular disorders. Since then, the link between hyperinsulinemia and cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been explored with an enormous number of experimental

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Insulin-Monitored (IM) Diabetes Reversal Plan

Insulin-Monitored (IM) Diabetes Reversal Plan (With Objective, Reproducible Criteria) Majid Ali, M.D. My analysis of a large body of personal data concerning insulin excess (hyperinsulinemia) and diabetes shows that insulin profiling is the only reliable form of testing for these entities. Blood glucose and A1c tests are reliable neither for initial screening nor for follow-up. Post-glucose load 3-hour insulin profiling used as a screening test for both hyperinsulinemia and diabetes

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What Is Desirable Testosterone Level for Women?

Majid Ali, M.D. Should it be below 41? Or below 48? Or below 74? I mention these three levels because I hold in my hand three lab reports of three adult women. My answer: none of them. In my female patients without hormonal problems, blood testosterone levels were below 12 (nannograms per milliliter). I might add that I served as

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The Metabolic Syndrome in Adults: What Might That Be?

                                       Majid Ali, M.D. How wide is the problem of the metabolic syndrome among adults now? What may be expected in the next two deacdes considering the rising incidence of the syndrome among children? Consider the following quote from the editorial in June 4, 2004 issue of Science: There is a growing public health crisis that is global in scope,

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