Reversing Diabetes by Regenerating Pancreas | Majid Ali MD


Majid Ali, M.D.
An Illustrative Case Study

Doctors have recently discovered that they can take stem cells in rates and turn them into Rat pancreatic cells. Perhaps years from now doctors will be able to take human stem cells and regenerate them into human pancreatic cells. Until that day comes we have to figure out more novel approaches to regenerating the pancreas today.

I report a case study of reversing diabetes with pancreas regeneration and offer commentary.

 


Pre-diabetes is an insulin toxicity state. Typically, the peak blood insulin levels in pre-diabetes are five to ten times or higher than the peak level (usually 25 micro-units or less. When pre-diabetes advances to diabetes, higher insulin levels persist for five to ten years or more, often rising to fifteen times or more of the healthy peak levels. With passing years the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas become “burned-out” by over-producing and the blood insulin levels begin to fall. Eventually beta cells are completed depleted and the three-hour insulin profile becomes flat, all values being less than two units (two micro-units/mlL).

Distinction between Diabetes Type 2A (Insulin-Excess) and Diabetes type 2B (Insulin-Depletion Diabetes)

One of the grievous errors of the American Diabetic Association (and of doctors under its influence) is that people with pre-diabetes and diabetes Type 2 are kept in the dark about the crucial distinction between “Insulin-Excess Diabetes Type 2A” and “Insulin-Depletion Diabetes Type 2B.” Patients pay an enormous price for this dereliction.

Insulin Peaks in Health, Pre-Diabetes, and Diabetes

Healthy people often have a fasting insulin level of less than two units and a peak insulin level of less than 25 units. Some have peak insulin as low as 15. The three-hour insulin level of healthy individuals is often less than five units. Note that after nine years of multi-drug treatment of diabetes, the total amount of insulin (seen as the area under this patient’s insulin curve) is more than five times as much as healthy subjects.

 

Raising Insulin by Pancreatic Regeneration

In Insulin-Depletion Diabetes Type 2, the goal is to create conditions of oxygen, acidity, and free radicals in the pancreas so that insulin-producing cells in the pancreas gland bcan regenerate. Also, it is to keep cell membranes de-greased and functioning well in response to energy needs of the body. A case study is presented below that illustrates how this can be achieved with a holistic and integrated program of optimal insulin-wise food choices and daily gentle bowel, blood, and liver detox measures. I present the details of my integrative program in my book entitled “Dr. Ali’s Plan for Reversing Diabetes. (2011). I also offer this program in three 40-minute video seminars entitled “Reversing Diabetes By Regenerating Pancreas “ video downloads.

An Illustrative Case Study

A 51-yr-old man consulted me for diabetes and kidney stones. He was 5’9″ tall and weighed 167 lbs. He was being treated with Metformin, which failed to control diabetes as revealed by A1c value of 7.9%. He discontinued Metformin within three months of starting our program. Three months later, his A1c value was 6.5%. The long-term success in insulin regeneration is documented with data shown in the table below.

li’s Insulin Reduction Protocol

My Insulin Reduction Protocol has two components:

1. A plan of food choices to prevent sugar spikes that trigger insulin spikes, and

2. A plan to do daily gentle bowel and liver detox.

In the Table 2 below, I present a case study to show how blood glucose and insulin levels were lowered (by increasing insulin efficiency) with the clinical application of Dr. Ali’s Insulin Reduction Protocol. I follow this with some explanatory comments. In Table 1, I present the insulin and glucose values of an individual in good metabolic health.

Table 1. Insulin-conserving Profile of a 77-Yr-Old Metabolically Fit 5′ 5″ Man Weighing 133 Lbs. He Was Seen for Allergy Treatment.

6.23. 2010

Fasting

1 Hr

2 Hr

3 Hr

Insulin

<2

24

29

30

Glucose

78

96

75

71

Table 1. Insulin-conserving Profile of a 77-Yr-Old Metabolically Fit 5′ 5″ Man Weighing 133 Lbs. He Was Seen for Allergy Treatment.

6.23. 2010

Fasting

1 Hr

2 Hr

3 Hr

Insulin

<2

24

29

30

Glucose

78

96

75

71

 

Table 2. Concurrent Reduction of Blood Insulin and Blood Sugar Levels With Dr. Ali’s Insulin Reduction Protocol in a 58-Yr-Old Woman With Complete Loss of Hair (Alopecia), Chronic Fatigue, Memory Deficit, Underactive Thyroid Gland, Allergy, and Mood Swings.

10.28.10

Fasting

1 Hr

2 Hr

3 Hr

Insulin

9.7

184.4

35.3

24

Glucose

102

133

79

73

11.23.1202

Insulin

12.7

87.7

50.2

Glucose

96

117

77

Diabetes Reversal Requires a Philosophy of Healing

Dr. Jekyll Insulin and Mr. Hyde Insulin

Insulin is a molecular Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde par excellence. It is energizing under one set of conditions and de-energizing under another. In low physiological concentration, insulin is pro-health, pro-life-span, anti-heart-disease, anti-hypertension, anti-inflammatory disorders, and anti-cancer. In high pathological concentration, insulin is anti-health, anti-life-span, pro-heart-disease, pro-hypertesion, pro-inflammatory disorders, and pro-cancer. The responsibility of the individual is to keep insulin levels in the narrow physiological roles.

Society’s Choice

Society can focus on keeping blood sugar low and stay sick or focus on keeping blood insulin low and staying healthy. It can test blood sugar levels, ignore insulin levels, and fan the fires of epidemics of obesity and diabetes or it can test blood insulin and prevent and reverse diabetes.

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