Category Archives: Diabetes

The best diabetes medicine? Eggs


Eggs as Medicine Majid Ali MD I highly recommend egg omelets to my patients for reversing diabetes. People often express surprise at how repetitively I suggest to them that they should consider my omelet recipes as an important part of their program to reversing diabetes. There is a wonderful movie I saw in January 2014. A Japanese movie “Like Father,

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Complicating Diabetes Treatment | Simplifying Diabetes Treatments


From Yale University We have been potentially over-treating a substantial proportion of the population Diabetes treatments have saved many lives, but in older patients with multiple medical conditions, aggressively controlling blood sugar with insulin and sulfonylurea drugs, could lead to over-treatment and hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), according to new research by Yale School of Medicine researchers. Published in the Jan.

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Diabetes and Dementia


Is there a connection between diabetes and dementia? If so, what is that connection? These are the two questions I received from a reader. I thank that reader. Such letters allow me to enhance the value of video and textual parts of my Science, Health, and Healing Encyclopedia. Yes, there is a connection between diabetes and dementia. What connects the

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A Free Course on Nutrition | Sugar Shortens Life


A Free Course on Nutrition | Sugar Shortens Life Majid Ali, M.D. Excess sugar is inflaming, fattening, and oxygen-depleting—and, as a consequence, life- shortening. I delineated these relationships in Oxygen and Aging (2000).2 Briefly, excess sugar builds grease on cells membranes, and suffocates them when the grease is not expediently removed by the body’s detergent system. Suffocated cells cannot breathe and

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