Tag Archives: Insulin Literacy

What Can Robins Lost in Flight Teach About Children Lost in Classrooms?

  What Can Robins Lost in Flight Teach About Children Lost in Classrooms? Who Do You Listen to – and Why? Majid Ali, M.D. Electromagnetic noise is emitted everywhere humans use electronic devices. For decades, it has been hotly debated whether man-made electric and magnetic fields affect biological processes, including human health. So far, no putative effect of anthropogenic electromagnetic

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Diabetes Reversal – Case Study One – Diabetes Reversal With Insulin Intelligence

Majid Ali, M.D. I dedicate this article to Carol, the wife of my patient who completely reversed his diabetes Type 2. I asked him, “What helped you most in reversing your diabetes?” “Understanding insulin. That was the best thing you did for me. You helped me understand relationships of food with insulin,” he replied. “What did she have to do

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Two Subtypes of Diabetes Type 2: Subtype 2A and Diabetes Subtype 2 B

                                                                                   Majid Ali, M.D                                                             Why Should Diabetes Type 2 Be Subtyped? In my book entitled “Dr. Ali’s Plan for Reversing Diabetes,” (2011), I discussed various aspects of insulin metabolism and homeostasis and illustrated my main points with several insulin profiles. Specifically, I focused on how diabetes Tye 2 begins with insulin toxicity and, if not reversed, ends with insulin deletion.

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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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More Coronary Plaques, Fewer-Coronary Deaths

More Coronary Plaques, Fewer-Coronary Deaths Majid Ali, M.D. Majid Ali, M.D. More arterial plaques are associated with fewer deaths from heart attacks and strokes. No, you did not misread the sentence. I write precisely what I mean: people with less intense plaque formation have higher mortality from cardiovascular diseases. I anticipate harsh frowns from doctors on the title of this

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