How Are Your Heart Muscle Cells?
Majid Ali, M.D.
There are two different ways to look at heart disease:
One way is to think of the heart and its blood vessels is to think of plumbing in a building. Most doctors talk about heart blood channels (coronary arteries) as pipes that get blocked. They say that the problems are cholesterol levels, plaque and calcification in the arteries. They say that the arteries must be cleaned out with drugs, or patched up with stents and coronary bypass operations. I call this the plumbing model.
The other way to think of heart disease is to consider ways to properly nourish the heart cells (cardiac myocytes) cells (and detoxify the blood and the muscle cells of the heart. I call this the muscle-cell-health model.
The heart muscle cells can be injured by many things:
Toxicities of foods, air, and water
Sugar highs and lows
Colon, small bowel, stomach, and oral fermentation
Anger, rage, deep disappointments and emotional upsets
The difference between the two ways of looking at heart disease is crucial for your health. This is especially so if you have had heart surgery or someone is recommending coronary bypass or a stent or a pacemaker.
There are many serious risks with heart surgeries. I have seen large numbers of patients with failed “plumbing” types of operations. In my view, most of these types of heart surgeries can be avoided. On the other hand, there are serious risks if you do nothing.
I think it’s important for you to do some homework before you give an OK for heart surgery.
There are also 90-minute videos available at just $15 each. I’ve created several programs on reversing heart disease and normalizing blood pressure with non-drug therapies. My information comes from years of research as a pathologist and years of clinical experience as an integrative physician. Become informed. It is you who will make the decision.
If you agree with the plumbing model of heart disease, what power will you have? Surgery and drugs may temporarily “clean the pipes” but they do nothing to restore the health of your heart muscle cells.
Learn about the heart-muscle-cell health model of heart disease. Then you will have the power to do many things to restore health to your heart muscle cells.
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|Reversing Heart Disease Part 1|
|In this 40-minute video seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. describes his integrative plan to reverse heart disease. He emphasizes the need for consulting experienced doctors for acute heart conditions. Medications for heart disease must not be discontinued until non-drug remedies become effective and drugs can be discontinued safely under a doctor’s care. In his unifying Oxygen Model of Heart Disease, he looks at the disease holistically and integratively.|
|Reversing Heart Disease Part 2|
|In this 50-minute Part 2 of a video seminar on reversing heart disease, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. presents in detail his integrative plan for the reversal of heart disease with focus on spices, herbs, anti-inflammatory oil rubs, and natural oxygen-enhancing remedies. His Oxygen Protocol for Reversing Heart Disease is bassed on his unifying Oxygen Model of Heart Disease. Again, he emphasizes the need not stopping heart medications until nondrug remedies work, especially Limbic Breathing to slow the heart rate and normalize blood pressure. Heart drugs must be discontinued safely under a doctor’s care.|
|Atrial Fibrillation Seminar|
|In this 40-minute video seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. describes the causes, clinical features, and non-drug treatment of atrial fibrillation (A-Fib). It is the most common form of heart rhythm disturbances (up to 9% of people over 75% are affected). It is caused by inflammation and scarring that damaged specialized cells that make up the heart pacemaker. This chamber is often stretched, which further stresses the pacemaker.|
|In this 50-minute video, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. presents oral and intravenous chelation therapies for reversing heart disease, as well as for removing mercury, lead other tosic metals from the body. Prof. Ali draws upon his five decades of experience in surgery, pathology, immunology, nutritional medicine, and chelation therapies to offer clinically proven chelation remedies.|
|In this 45-minute video seminar, Professor Majid Ali explains why coronary stents do not save lives except in true emergencies. He cites published met-analysis of large number of stent studies in support of his statement and offers guidelines for natural remedies for heart health.|
|Heart palpitations are a common and distressing problem for a large number of senior citizens. Their children and grandchildren can do much with natural remedies to prevent and control palpitations. In this 40-minute video seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. discusses the causes, clinical features, types, and nondrug control of heart palpitations. He emphasizes the crucial matter of ruling out the presence of potentially serious conditions that trigger heart palpitations. He describes his unifying Oxygen Model of Heart Palpitations and offers guidelines for simple, safe, and effective natural therapies for control of heart rhythm.|
There are many levels of mechanisms that trigger heart attacks, including oxygen-governed triggers, electron triggers, excess acidity triggers, free radical triggers, clotting triggers, mitochondrial triggers, cellular grease triggers, endo triggers, muscle cell triggers, and coronary vascular triggers. Regrettably, in the prevailing drug model, all initial triggers, which can be blocked with simple natural remedies, are ignored. What is left then are drugs, unnecessary coronary bypass operations, coronary stents, and radio-destruction of heart pacemakers.
|Heart Valve Diseases Seminar 1 –
Dr. Ali’s Course on Heart Health
In this 30-minute video seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. presents the causes, signs and symptoms, clinical course, and consequences of diseases of heart valve, including calcifications and stenosis. For many individuals, the diagnosis of these conditions have no serious clinical significance. Mitral valve prolapse is an excellent example. Prof. Ali’s opinions are based upon his vast experience with clinical and autopsy studies of these conditions.
|Heart Valve Diseases Seminar 2 –
Dr. Ali’s Course on Heart Health
|In this 35-minute part 2 video seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. continues his presentation of the causes, signs and symptoms, clinical course, and consequences of heart valve calcifications and diseases. Then he focuses on restoring and preserving the health of endos (short for endothelium) to restore the structure and functions of heart valves. The condition of the valves, he explains, depends on the condition of the circulating blood which, in turn, depends upon the conditions of the bowel and the spirit. Specifically, he provides information on the use herbs, spices, nutrients, and gentle bowel and liver detox to cleanse the blood.|
|Dr. Ali’s Course on Cholesterol Seminar 1 –
Know Your Cholesterol
In this 40-minute seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. explains why and how cholesterol has become the most reviled substance in the body. He discusses the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of cholesterol. It is essential for the health of all cellular populations in the brain, heart, liver, kidneys, adrenals, ovaries, testes, and all other body organs. Cholesterol is antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-clotting substance in the body.
|Dr. Ali’s Course on Cholesterol Seminar 2 –|
|n this 40-minute seminar, Professor Majid Ali, M.D. discusses the science of cholesterol transport in the blood by lipoproteins of various types, including high-density lipoproteins (HDL), low-density lipoproteins (LDL), very low-density lipoproteins (VLDL), and others. He also explains the distortion of using the so-called risk-reduction numbers to heavily market choledsterol drugs, such as Lipitor, Crestor, Zocor, and others. It is critical to remember that cholesterol protects the heart by its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-clotting roles in the body. Please view other videos in this series for further information.|