Category Archives: Free Courses

Insulin Homeostasis, Insulin Resistance, and Beta Cell Dysfunction

                     Peter Holleb —————————————————————————- Type 2 diabetes is becoming a growing epidemic. “Its prevalence has been due to sedentary lifestyles, obesity, aging and cardiovascular disease” (Pratley et al. 2013). “From 2007 to 2012, the number of Americans affected with Type 2 diabetes has increased from 23.8 million to 25.8 million” (Pratley

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Spices – Your Guardian Angels

Spice Medicine Spices, like vegetables, fruit, and medicinal herbs, are known to possess a variety of antioxidant effects and other biological activities. Phenolic compounds in these plant materials are closely associated with their antioxidant activity, which is mainly due to their Redox (oxidant/antioxidant) regulation properties and their capacity to block significant damage to cell structures. More recently, their ability to interfere

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You and your cardiologist

Researchers at Harvard have released the following information – Advanced heart failure patients die less frequently when their cardiologists are away at cardiology conferences. Below is from Harvard: High-risk patients with certain acute heart conditions are more likely to survive than other similar patients if they are admitted to the hospital during national cardiology meetings, when many cardiologists are away from

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Dr. Ali’s Course on Hormone Health

Majid Ali, M.D. I present the subject of sex (gonadal) hormone health by raising three questions: What did my professors and medical textbooks teach me about hormonal balance? What did evolutionary intelligent design teach me about hormonal homeostasis? What did my patients—the truest of all my teachers teach me about hormonal healing? What Did My Professors Teach? In 1958, my

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A free course on Liver Health NOW | Majid Ali MD

Liver HEALTH NOW It is one of the profound ironies of prevailing drug medicine that there is no concept of liver detox among liver specialists. Treatment of most liver diseases in the hands of gastroenterologists and hepatologists is confined to the use of immune-suppressive therapies, such as steroids, chemotherapy drugs, large doses of agents such as interferon, or liver transplants.

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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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