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Artificial Sweeteners Cause Obesity and Diabetes

Artificial Sweeteners Cause Obesity and Diabetes Majid Ali, M.D. I am wary of miracles of synthetic chemistry that claim to promote healthful aging. Sometimes the case of such synthetics appear to be convincing. In rare cases it indeed is so. The dangers of sugar for creating insulin toxicity is so real and deep that I do see some merit in

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Gulf War Syndrome—Navy News Considers My Prediction

Majid Ali, M.D. 1995: Navy News Gulf War Syndrome—Who’s Addressing the Issue? Long before the first veterans returned from the Persian Gulf Dr. Majid Ali, associate professor of pathology at the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York, predicted five outcomes: (1) That a large number of service men and women in the Persian Gulf region

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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 and Oxystatic Therapies

Oxygen Therapies Majid Ali, M.D. n 1999, I introduced the term oxystatic therapies for treatments that restore oxygen homeostasis in the body.1 My purpose then was to keep a sharp focus on all the elements that compromise oxygen-driven functions of the body—energetic, metabolic, immune, detoxification, and regenerative—and so interfere with body’s healing responses. This is a crucial issue also in

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Delayed Diabetes Diagnosis – Problems and the Solution

Majid Ali, M.D. Delay in the diabetes diagnosis with serious consequences has been widely recognized. From a diligent analysis of my personal series of 3-hour 750 insulin and glucose profiles I conclude that the reason for this is inability of doctors to clearly recognize the inappropriateness of all prevailing diagnostic criteria of diabetes. in use. Specifically, these criteria include the

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A1c Blood Test Is Unreliable for Diabetes Screening – Case One: Diabetes With Normal A1c Level

A1c Blood Test Is Unreliable for Diabetes Screening Case One – Diabetes With Normal A1c Level 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. Glucose in the blood

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A1c Blood Test for Diabetes

              A1c Blood Test for Diabetes Majid Ali, M.D. Here are the seven core messages of this article about the A1c blood test: * It is excellent for screening for diabetes. * It is not reliable for detecting insulin toxicity that precedes the diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes by several years. * It is excellent for monitoring the efficacy of

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Insulin Toxicity Case Two – Severe Insulin Toxicity In Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Insulin Toxicity Case Two Severe Insulin Toxicity In Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Majid Ali, M.D. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a metabolic disorder with insulin toxicity and testosterone toxicity as the two primary derangement. In many cases, ovarian cysts appear late after other serious consequences of these two toxicities have proceeded to their full-blown clinical manifestations. In my personal series of

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Insulin Toxicity Case Study 7 – Insulin Profile in Diabetes Type 2B

Insulin Toxicity Case Study 7 Insulin Profile in Diabetes Type 2B Majid Ali, M.D. Doctors often raise their eyebrows when I speak about the need for insulin testing for patients receiving long-term insulin injection for the presumed diabetes Type 1 after years of treatment for diabetes Type 2. Tables1 presented below, I illustrate underscore the need for insulin profiling in

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Crucial Enzymes in the Oxygen Order of Human Health – Oxyenzymes

  Oxyenzymes Majid Ali, M.D.  In this tutorial , I present fundamrentals of enzymes of central importance in the free radical pathology and immunology. Myeloperoxidase Deficiency It is of some interest to note that the essential role of eukocyte myeloperoxidase in preserving the function integrity of the phagocytes was first demonstrated in disseminated candidiasis in 1969 by Lehrer and Cline.

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