Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Course Outline


Majid Ali, M.D.

140 West End Avenue,   Suite 1-H, New York, NY 10023

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344 Prospect Avenue, Suite 3-C, Hackensack, NJ. 07610

201-996-0027 

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Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin  Health and Healing Course

Ali GIO Diabetes_insulin Health and Healing Course is free public service which I developed as a no-cost program of self-learning – to – self-empowerment – to self-healing  for individuals interested in healthful aging for the full life span. 

Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course is suitable for students of all descriptions – from elementary school to doctorate students, from patients to physicians, from public health policy makers to philosophers of health, hope, and healing.


 

Seven Parts of GIO Diabetes-Insulin Course

  1. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course Introduction – Three Root Problems, Three Sets of Solutions
  2. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course, Part One – Self-Learning to Self-Empowering to Self Healing Chronic Disease 
  3. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course, Part Two –Strong Scientific Claims Require Strong Scientific Evidence
  4. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course, Part Three – Energy Thinking for Energy Healing
  5. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course, Part Four – Safety First, Acute and Chronic Diseases
  6. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course, Part Five – Top Seven for Gut, Oxygen, and Insulin
  7. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing Course, Part Six – The Gut-Liver-Brain Connections
  8. Ali GIO Diabetes-Insulin Health Healing Course, Part Seven – The Spiritual Dimension and Course Study Materials

 

Why Do I Focus on Oxygen, gut, and insulin in all matters of Diabetes-Insulin Health and Healing?

 

My Simple Answer: Because in my sixty-one year study, research, teaching, publications, and clinical practice,  I observed the best long-lasting results in all chronic diseases (including cancer) with focus on:

  1. Molecular Biology of oxygen

  2. Gut ecology and gut microbiome

  3. Insulin homeostasis

To introduce readers to my academic background and qualifications to address all matters of health and healing:

  1. I am a surgeon (FRCS, Eng)-turned – pathologist (Columbia University, New York) -turned – nutritionist – turned clinical ecologist – turned integrationist;
  2. I am the solo author of all 12 volumes of The Principles and Practice of medicine  (1989-2009), and 27 other books (see my CV on this site for details).
  3. I published 215 papers (many with my research and clinical collaborators) in eminent medical journals (including Lancet, JAMA, Cancer, Kidney International, Am Heart Journal, Am J Clinical pathology, Archives of Pathology, Israeli Journal of Sciences, Environmental Medicine, and others). See my CV on this site for details).
  4. My CV includes a large number of publications on three subjects of molecular biology of oxygen, gut ecology and gut microbiome, and insulin homeostasis.

Where Do Acids in the Body Come From?

Excess Acidity Is Bad for Health and Contributes to All Diseases

I offer the above question as a “learning teaser.” The second of the above two statements is universally recognized and emphasized. As for the first statement, with rare exceptions, only diet is considered as source of acidity in the body. This is the most glaring example of neglect of real issues in my profession. Diet seldom, if ever, accounts for the main burden of total body acidity in chronic disease and unwellness.   

In chronic illness,the main sources of excess acidity are: 

  1. Molecular Biology of oxygen
  2. Gut ecology and gut microbiome
  3. Insulin homeostasis

The diet as the source of total body acidity is seldom a significant issue. Here is one of myriad ironies of the subject of acid-alkaline balance: People, even most doctors, attribute stomach conditions, such as gastritis, GERD, stomach and duodenal ulcers, esophagitis, and hiatal hernia, and heartburn (in common vernacular) as caused by acidity. The acidity in all of the above comes from disruptions of: 

  1. Molecular Biology of oxygen
  2. Gut ecology and gut microbiome
  3. Insulin homeostasis

I recognize the above as medical ironies. Next I recognize the medical tragedies: The prevailing medical teaching and standards completely neglect the above three matters. The patients pay a large price, often for years, because of the ignorance and neglect of medical practitioners.


 

Dr. Ali’s GIO Health and Healing

Diabetes-Insulin Course Library

of Videos and Articles

    • Majid Ali MD, Insulin-Monitored Diabetes Reversal – Unfrealibility of Aic Test

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    • Majid Ali, M.D. - Insulin Detox for Wight Loss and Diabetes Reversal

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      Majid Ali, M.D. – Insulin Detox for Wight Loss and Diabetes Reversal

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    • Diabetes Reversal With Insulin Profiling Majid Ali MD

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      Diabetes Reversal With Insulin Profiling Majid Ali MD

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    • Insulin Toxicity, Fatty Liover, Pre-diabetes, and Diabetes Relationships

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      Insulin Toxicity, Fatty Liover, Pre-diabetes, and Diabetes Relationships

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    • What Is Your Child's Peak Insulin Level? Is She or He Insulin-Toxic? Majid Ali MD

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      What Is Your Child’s Peak Insulin Level? Is She or He Insulin-Toxic? Majid Ali MD

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    • Majid Ali MD, Gestational Diabetes Is Insulin Toxicity of the Unborn - Part Two

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      Majid Ali MD, Gestational Diabetes Is Insulin Toxicity of the Unborn – Part Two

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    • Majid Ali MD - Be Insulin-Literate, Please!

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      Majid Ali MD – Be Insulin-Literate, Please!

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    • Majid Ali MD, Are You Prediabetic and Insulin-Toxic And Do Not Know This?

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      Majid Ali MD, Are You Prediabetic and Insulin-Toxic And Do Not Know This?

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Selected Published Works of Course Director Majid Ali, M.D. 

  1. Respiratory-to-Fermentative (RTF) Shift in ATP Production in Chronic Energy Deficit Disorders. Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. 2004;253:64-65.
  2. Ali M. Oxygen and Aging. Book Ali M. Oxygen and Aging. (Ist ed.) New York, Canary 21 Press. Aging Healthfully Book 2000. .
  3. Ali M. Succinate Retention. In: Chouchani ET, Victoria R. Pell VR, Edoardo Gaude E, et. al. Ischaemic accumulation of succinate controls reperfusion injury through mitochondrial ROS. Nature. 2014;515:431–435.
  4. Ali M. Succinate Retention: The Core Krebs Dysfunction in Immune-Inflammatory Disorders. Townsend Letter. 2015;388:84-85.
  5. Ali M: Darwin, oxidosis, dysoxygenosis, and integration. J Integrative Medicine 1999;3:11-16.
  6. Climatic Chaos –  The primacy of oxygen issues over carbon issues. Part I. Townsend Letter-The examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2008;299:125-132.
  7. Ali M. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine Volume X: Darwin, Oxygen Homeostasis, and  Oxystatic Therapies.  3 rd. Edi. (2009) New York. Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.  
  8. Ali M. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine Volume  XI: Darwin, Dysox, and Disease. 2000. 3rd. Edi. 2008. New York.  (2009) Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.  
  9. Ali M. Epidemic of Dysoxygenosis and the Metabolic Syndrome. In: The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine. Volume 5. Pp 246-256. Canary 21 Press. New York. 2005.
  10. Ali M. Dysox Model of Diabetes and De-Diabetization Potential. Townsend Letter-The examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2007; 286:137-145.
  11. Ali Plan for Reversing Diabetes. New York, Canary 21 Press. Aging Healthfully Book 2011.
  12. Ali M. Oxygen, Insulin Toxicity, Inflammation, and  the Clinical Benefits of Chelation. Part I. Townsend Letter-The examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2009;315:105-109. October, 2009.
  13. Ali M. Fayemi AO, Ali O. Dasoju S, et al. Shifting Focus From Glycemic Status to Insulin Homeostasis. .  Townsend Letter-The Examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2017;402:91-96.
  14. Ali M. Insulin Reduction and EDTA Chelation: Two Potent and Complementary Approaches For Preventing and Reversing Coronary Disease. Oxygen, Insulin Toxicity, Inflammation, and the  Clinical Benefits of Chelation – Part II. Townsend Letter-The examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2010;323:74-79. June 2010. 
  15. Ali M. Fayemi AO, Ali O. Dasoju S, et al. Shifting Focus From Glycemic Status to Insulin Homeostasis. .  Townsend Letter-The Examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2017;402:91-96.
  16. Ali M. Oxidative Cell Membrane Disorder – Leaky Cell Membrane Disorder (monograph). Teaneck, NJ, 1987.
  17. Kahn SE, 1, Hull RL, Utzschneider KM. Mechanisms linking obesity to insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. Nature 2006;444, 840-846.
  18. Shoelson SE, Lee J, Goldfine AB. Inflammation and insulin resistance. J Clin Invest. 2006;116 :1793B1801.
  19. Shulman G. Ectopic Fat in Insulin Resistance, Dyslipidemia, and Cardiometabolic Disease. N Engl J Med. 2014; 371:1131‑
  20. International Diabetes Federation. Diabetes Atlas. 2016. Seventh edition. diabetesatlas.org.
  21. Sako, Y. & Grill, V. E. A 48-hour lipid infusion in the rat time-dependently inhibits glucose-induced insulin secretion and B cell oxidation through a process likely coupled to fatty acid oxidation. Endocrinology127, 1580–1589 (1990).|
  22. Kahn, S. E., Bergman, R. N., Schwartz, M. W., Taborsky, G. J. & Porte, D. Short-term hyperglycemia and hyperinsulinemia improve insulin action but do not alter glucose action in normal humans.  J. Physiol.1992;262: E518–E523.
  23. Ali M. Ali M. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine Volume  III: Pathobiology by Micro-Ecologic Cellular and Macro-Ecologic Tissue-Organ Systems 1999.  New York. Canary 21 Press. 1999.
  24. Ali M, Braun EV, Fayemi AO:  Pathology.  7th ed.  New York, Med Exam, 1980,370 pp.
  25. Ali M. The dysox model of aging.  Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients.2005;269:130-134.Aging
  26. Ali M, Ramanarayanan MP, Nalebuff DJ, Fadal RG, Willoughby JW:  Serum concentrations of allergen-specific IgG antibodies in inhalant allergy: effect of specific immunotherapy.  Am J Clin Pathol, 80:290-299, 1983.
  27. Ali M. Spontaneity of Oxidation in Nature and Aging,  (monograph). Teaneck, NJ, 1983.
  28. Ali M, Ramanarayanan MP:  A computerized micro-ELISA assay for allergen-specific IgE antibodies.  Am J Clin Pathol, 81:591-601, 1984.
  29. Ali M.   Hyperinsulinism Associated With Breast and Prostate Cancer. Townsend Letter-The Examiner of Alternative Medicine.2017.
  30. Ali M. Altered States of Biology Ecology. (monograph). Teaneck, NJ, 1980.
  31. Murphy KG, Bloom SR. Gut hormones and the regulation of energy bhomeostasis. 2006;444:854-859.

  32. Ali M. Dysox Model of Cancer Cancer
  33. Philosophy and Science of holism in healing. APPNA Journal. 2015.
  34. Ali M. Hyperinsulinism Associated With Breast and Prostate Cancer. Townsend Letter-The Examiner of Alternative Medicine.2017.
  35. Ali M. Molecular Basis of Autism and Dysuatonomia – The Impeded Progenitor Cell Progression (IPCP) model of ASD and Dysautonomia. Townsend Letterfor Doctors and Patients. 2017 (In press)
  36. Ali M. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine Volume X: Darwin, Oxygen Homeostasis, and  Oxystatic Therapies.  3 rd. Edi. (2009) New York. Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.  
  37. Ali M. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine Volume  XI: Darwin, Dysox, and Disease. 2000. 3rd. Edi. 2008. New York.  (2009) Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.  
  38. Ali M. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine Volume  XII: Darwin, Dysox, and Integrative Protocols. New York (2009). Institute of Integrative Medicine Press. 
  39. Insulin Laboratory Ranges. http://alidiabetes.org/2016/02/25/insulin-laboratory-ranges/
  40. Ali Importance of Subtyping Diabetes Type 2 Into Diabetes Type 2A and Diabetes Type 2B. Townsend Letter-The Examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2014; 369:56-58.
  41. Ali M. Dasoju S, Karim N, Amin J, Chaudary D. Study of Responses to Carbohydrates and Non-carbohydrate Challenges In Insulin-Based Care of Metabolic Disorders. Townsend Letter-The Examiner of Alternative Medicine. 2016; 391:48-51.
  42. Ali M. Integrative Cardiology and Chelation Therapies. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine. Vol VI. . (2005) New York. Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.
  43. Fontoura P. Harnessing Emerging Science for Unmet Needs patient needs. In: Sponsor Feature. Nature. 2016;491, Preceding page S1.
  44. Wall DP, Esteban FJ, Deluca TF et al. Comparative analysis of neurological disorders focuses genome-wide search for autism genes. Genomics. 2008;93(2):120–9.
  45. Wang K, Zhang H, Ma D, et al. Common genetic variants on 5p14.1 associate with autism spectrum disorders. Nature. 2009;459(7246):528–33.
  46. Ali alidiabetes.org . Inappropriate References ranges.
  47. Ali M. Integrative Cardiology and Chelation Therapies. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine. Vol VI. . (2005) New York. Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.
  48. Ali M. Communication e-Published in Nature: Acetate mediates a microbiome–brain–β-cell axis to promote metabolic syndrome. Nature 534, 213 – 217 (7606) 
Published online: 2016-06-09; | doi:10.1038/nature18309.
  49. Ali M. Workable Simplicity for Coping With Complexity of the Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes. Commentary in: Acetate mediates a microbiome–brain–β-cell axis to promote metabolic syndrome. Nature 534, 213 – 217 (7606) 
Published online: 2016-06-09; | doi:10.1038/nature18309.
  50. Ali M. Hypothalamic Influences on Metabolism, Feeding, and Insulin Homeostasis. Commentary in: Stanley SA, Kelly L, Kaamashri N, et al. Bidirectional electromagnetic control of the hypothalamus regulates feeding and metabolism. Nature. 2016:531:647-650.
  51. Ali M. Oxygen and Aging. (Ist ed.) New York, Canary 21 Press. Aging Healthfully Book 2000. .
  52.  Ali M. Darwin, Oxygen Homeostasis, and  Oxystatic Therapies. The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine. Volume X. (2005) New York. Institute of Integrative Medicine Press.
  53.  Bourzac K. The First Step. Nature. 2012;491:S7-9.
  54.  Singer E. Redefining Autism. Nature. 2012;491:S12-13.
  55.  Platt-Mills TAE, Commins SP. Increasing prevalence of asthma and allergic rhinitis and the role of environmental factors. http://www.uptodate.com/contents/increasing-prevalence-of-asthma-and-allergic-rhinitis-and-the-role-of-environmental-factors.
  56.  Ege MJ, Mayer M, Normand AC, et al. Exposure to environmental microorganism and childhood asthma, N Eng J Med. 2011;364:701.
  57.  Stein MM, Hrusch CL, GozdzJ, et al. Innate Immunity and Asthma Risk in Amish and Hutterite Farm Children. N Eng J Med. 2011;364:701.
  58. Gascon M, Casas M, Morales E, et al. Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A and phthalates and childhood respiratory tract infections and allergy. J Allergy Clin Immunology. 2015;135:370.
  59.  Savage JH, Matsul EC, Wood RA, et al. Urinary levels of triclosan and parabens are associated with aeroallergen and food sensitization. J Allergy Clin Immunolo. 2012; 130:453.
  60.  Berteisen RJ, Longnecker MP, Levik M, et al. triclosan exposure and allergic sensitization in Norwegian Children. Allergy. 2013;68:84.
  61.  Prenatal Exposure to bisphenol A and Phthalates and Respiratory Infections and Allergy. J Alergy Clin Immonol 2015;135:370.
  62.  Chen L, Chen R, Wang H, et al. Mechanisms linking inflammation to insulin resistance. Inter. J. Endcinol. 2015; Article ID 508409.

 

 

 

 

 

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