Category Archives: Nutrition

The Herbal Medicine Chest – Immune System Builders

Updated March 25, 2015 Herbs and Their Healing Effects Majid Ali, M.D. In this article, I present my seven preferred natural remedies for inflammatory, immune, and chronic infectious disorders. I prescribe the first four for my patients for treating acute infections as well as for preventing flu during a flu season. The last three remedies are most valuable for boosting

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Your Kidney’s New Year Resolution | Renal Health

Your Kidney’s New Year’s Resolution! The following are handouts and  information we present to our patients to help them understand how diet can effect problems of the kidneys.   You need Potassium and Iron Potassium helps nerves and muscles work properly.  The kidneys help keep the right amount of potassium in the body.  High potassium can cause tiredness, irregular heartbeats

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Simple Remedies | Fatty Liver

Please consider our video courses healing > Learn more Reversal With Insulin-Reducing Diet and Detox Program Fatty liver is an unrecognized epidemic affecting all age groups. It is caused by the trio of toxicities of foods, environment, and thoughts. In most cases, this trio inflicts liver cell damage by triggering excess insulin production and creating a state of insulin toxicity.

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Alternative Sweeteners in the Bowel

Artificial sweeteners are not metabolized in the human body to any significant degree. They pass through the stomach and small intestine, and stay in the colon until expelled with stools. While in the colon, they alter the bowel flora, especially belonging to three types: Enterobacteriaceae family, the Deltaproteobacteria class, and the Actinobacteria phylum. The altered gut microbiota negatively impact the

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Fruit and vegetable rotations | Majid Ali MD

Best Fruits and Veggies First, Second and Third Choice Foods Choice One Foods Food choices in this category are the best. These foods are ideal for sustaining a life span in optimal health, and meet my four criteria for life span foods (when allergy to any of these foods for an individual has been excluded). These items are excellent sources of steady-state energy and

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Proteins | Majid Ali MD

Proteins We need proteins for their amino acids. We need amino acids as building blocks for tissue proteins, hormones and neurotransmitters. As a source of energy, I regard them as “time-release energy molecules.” Amino acids are also the premium intelligence molecules of the body. Properly formulated amino acid and peptide products prepared from natural proteins by partial hydrolysis (predigestion) are excellent sources of these nutrients. Many

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