Tag Archives: Insulin Toxicity

OXygen Model of Diabetes by Majid Ali, M.D.

The Oxygen Model of Diabetes Majid Ali, MD Diabetes Type 2 is, first and foremost, an oxygen problem. This view of diabetes—The oxygen Model of Oxygen stated in simple words—has two primary strengths: (1) In understanding then nature of the disorder, it shifts the focus away from raised blood glucose levels and to the insulin receptor dysfunction caused by oxygen-blocking

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What Is the Most Important Carcinogen Most Widely Neglected by Doctors?

Majid Ali, M.D. October 14, 2014 What is the most important and most neglected carcinogen? My answer will surprise nearly everyone. It will seem highly improbable to some. It will offend many insulin-illiterate professionals. I would be grateful if the individuals in the third category send me an e-mail at aliacademy7@gmail.com and let me know where I went wrong. So

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A1c Blood Test Is Unreliable for Diabetes Screening – Case Two: Positive A1c Test Without Diabetes

A1c Blood Test Is Unreliable for Diabetes Screening Case Two: Positive A1c Test Without Diabetes Majid Ali, M.D. A1c blood tests is used for screening for diabetes. In my view this test is far too unreliable to be used for this purpose. In this A1c Test Series, I present case studies to support my position. A1c test is used for diagnosis

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Catabolic Maladaptation: Insulin Toxicity By Another Name

Majid Ali, M.D. In the late 1980, before I recognized the full significance of deranged insulin signaling on health, I coined the term catabolic maladaptation to refer to an abnormal state of metabolism that causes obesity. It took The Journal of American Medical Association over 25 years to recognize catabolic maladaptation as the true nature of obesity. Below, I present

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Reversing Heart Disease With Reversing Toxicity and Toxic Metal Chelation

                                                                                        Majid Ali, M.D. Insulin excess (hyperinsulinemia) has long been recognized as a major risk factor for coronary heart disease. Then why do we not make serious attempts to lower insulin levels to prevent and/or reverse coronary heart disease? Mercury, lead, cadmium, and other heavy metals are established risk factors for coronary heart disease. Then why do we not chelate

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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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Truth About Heart Attacks and Strokes – A Call for Low-Carb Diet From The New York Times

                                         Majid Ali, M.D. Healthy fats prevent heart attacks. So do healthy proteins. Heart attacks are caused by chronic anger and insulin toxicity which, in turn, results from sugar toxicity. Insuln toxicity is fermenting, inflaming, and fattening. These statements are based on established facts of science. The New York Times, of course, has had nothing but disdain for the above

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