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Lithium Is A Brain Nutrient Series – Part Three

                                                         Lithium, Depression, Prof. Krusei, and Me                                                      Majid Ali, M.D. I dedicate this series on lithium as a brain nutrient to Prof. Oscar Krusei, a physician true to his calling. He served on the faculty of Columbia University, New York, and Capital University of Integrative Medicine, Washington, D.C. He deeply and passionately cared for his patient in Morristown

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Lithium Is A Brain Nutrient Series – Part Two: How Lithium’s Benefits Were Discovered

                                                             Majid Ali, M.D. In 1970s, animals living in areas with minimal amounts of lithium in the drinking water supply were found to have higher mortality rates, as well as abnormalities of reproduction and behavior. This was not the first time professionals who cared for animals proved to be more nutritional enlightened than doctors. In 1990, a study

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Lithium Is A Brain Nutrient Series – Part One: Introduction

                                                             Majid Ali, M.D. I dedicate this series on lithium as a brain nutrient to Prof. Oscar Krusei, a physician true to his calling. He served on the faculty of Columbia University, New York, and Capital University of Integrative Medicine, Washington, D.C. He deeply and passionately cared for his patient in Morristown Medical Center, Morristown, New Jersey, until

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The Oxygen Model of Hyperinsulinism and Insulin Resistance

Majid Ali, M.D. (An Article of Dr. Ali’s Course on Hyperinsulinism)   Hyperinsulinism is a state of excess insulin activity in the body as determined by raised blood insulin levels (hyperinsulinemia). Insulin resistance is the state in which cells are resistant to actions of insulin. The pancreas gland releases insulin hormone in response to rising blood sugar levels after a meal. Insulin

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Oxidation and Oxidosis

  Oxidation and Oxidosis Majid  Ali, M.D. Oxidation is loss of electrons, which are energy particles in atoms. In simple words, oxidation is loss of energy and a substance that loses electron energy is oxidized. Butter turns rancid, a flower wilts, meat decomposes—that is oxidation. A person develops a cataract and loses his eyesight. That happens when the proteins in

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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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Diabetes Reversal Case Study 2 – Diabetes Reversal With Control of Hyperinsulinism

  Diabetes Reversal Case Study 2  – Diabetes Reversal With Control of Hyperinsulinism Majid Ali, M.D. This article describes a case of reversal of diabetes Type 2 with an integrative protocol based on the Oxygen Model of Insulin Toxicity in a 75-year-old woman. She was 5′ 7″ in height, weighed 192 lbs., and presented with mold and pollen allergy, sinusitis,

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