Category Archives: Heart Disease

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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Simple Remedies Magnesium for cardiovascular risk


Magnesium and the Heart Majid Ali, M.D. A large body of data showing a relationship between low dietary intake of magnesium and the incidence of cardiac arrhythmias, sudden death, atherogenesis, ischemic coronary artery disease, hypertension, and stroke has been reviewed. Furthermore, low serum magnesium levels have been associated with coronary vasospasm, hypertension, and sudden death. In experimental studies, magnesium plays

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Simple Remedies | PRADAXA FOR BLOOD-THINNING VS. SPICES FOR BLOOD CLEANSING


PRADAXA FOR BLOOD-THINNING VS. SPICES FOR BLOOD CLEANSING In acute medical situations, blood thinners (Coumadin, Pradaxa, Xarelto, and Eliquis) can be life-saving. In chronic illnesses, spices as blood cleansers are far more preferable. When does an acute illness become chronic so that spices can be used as good alternatives. This is not a simple decision and requires a careful review

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A call for Low-Carb diet from the NY Times | IT’S YOUR FALSE SCIENCE, STUPID!


Majid Ali, M.D. Journalists are expected to be watchdogs for society. In health stories, the writers of The New York Times have been lapdogs, not watchdogs. They demonized fats for about sixty years, warning the readers about the dangers of butter, eggs, and other healthy fats. On September 2, 2014, the Times reversed its advice with publication of an article

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Coronary Heart Disease—Simplified | Majid Ali MD


Coronary Heart Disease—Simplified Majid Ali, M.D. My patients with coronary heart disease have taught me this: Heart disease is a state of separation from one’s nature. This separation is caused by: 1. Deep disappointments of life 2. Chronic anger 3. Excess adrenaline 4. Nutrient deficiencies 5. Mold toxins 6. Environmental pollutants 7. Chronic inflammation developing as a result of any

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Lions, Hypoglycemia, Insulin Roller Coasters, and Heart Attacks


Lions, Hypoglycemia, Insulin Roller Coasters, and Heart Attacks A Discussion of Sugar During a Safari in Africa (My friend) Choua suffers from squint of the mind. He looks at the same things others do, but he sees them differently. Or maybe he sees the same things but thinks differently. At one point during our safari, my thoughts wandered to my

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Vitamin C Guardian Angel for the Heart | Majid Ali MD


VITAMIN C:  GUARDIAN ANGEL MOLECULE FOR THE HEART In 1990 Linus Pauling and Matthias Rath proposed a protective role of vitamin C in the prevention of arteriosclerosis. A large number of studies show the many ways vitamin C prevents oxidative injury to other life molecules and prevents tissue injury and diseases. Two of my own studies briefly described above show some of

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Hypertension and anger makes acid


Majid Ali, MD Hypertension is addiction of arteries to tightness. Every cruelty suffered tightens the muscles in blood vessels as well as muscles throughout the body. The tighter the vessels, which carry blood from the heart (arteries), the higher the pressure of blood contained in them. Every encounter with someone’s stupidity adds to that tightness—and to the blood pressure. Every

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