Dr. Ali’s Insulin Weight Loss Plan

Majid Ali, M.D.

Seven Basic Scientific Facts Of Insulin Functions

1. The pancreas releases insulin in excess to overcome cellular resistance to its actions.

2. Insulin in excess (insulin toxicity) leads to cellular fermentation and inflammation.

3. Insulin excess (hyperinsulinism by another name) is fattening.

4. Healthy fats are insulin-friendly and de–fattening.

5. Healthy proteins are insulin-friendly and de–fattening..

6. All starches and sugars are insulin-unfriendly and fattening

(Examples: breads, pastas, fruits, sugars)

7. Vegetables are insulin-friendly and de–fattening.


How Do Cells become Resistant to Insulin Actions?

Simply stated. The cell membranes become resistant to insulin when they become chemicalizedplasticized, so to speakand hardened, immobilizing the insulin receptors embedded in the membranes (more on it later in the article).

Dr. Ali’s Insulin Weight Loss Kitchen Plan

1. Breakfast

   1.a.  4 days / week: Dr. Ali=s Protein Shake Breakfast (Details at                 www.AliHealing.org)

   1.b  3 days / week Dr. Ali’s Spice Omelette (Recipes at

                       www.AliHealing.org)

   1.c. Bacon and sausages (best avoided or used sparingly)

   1.d Coffee or tea (if necessary) with cream and stevia sweetener


2. Mid-morning Snack

    2.a Water

   2.b If needed, protein shake snacks / hard-boiled egg / small portion of cheese


3. Lunch

   3.a Salad

  3.b Cold-pressed oils (olive oil, yellow sesame oil, avocado oil) in large amounts)

  3.c Vegetables (raw, steamed, and/or stir-fried, in this order)

 3.d Spiced plain yogurt 1/3 cup

 3.e Proteins: eggs, chicken, turkey, cheeses


4. Mid-afternoon Snacks

  4.a Water

  4.b Nuts & seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, melon, sesame)

  4.c If needed, protein shake snacks / eggs / cheeses


5. Dinner

  5.a Salad

  5.b Cold-pressed oils

  5.c Vegetables (raw, steamed, and stir-fried, in this order)

  5.d Proteins: eggs, chicken, turkey, fish, lamb, and beef

   (Recipes at http://www.AliHealing.org


Plan Simplified

To simplify the plan further, focus on breakfast the first week, add lunch the second

week, and add dinner the third week.

I present the above program with full details in my video seminar on the subject entitled

“Insulin Reduction Seminar” or 4-seminar full course entitled “Insulin Toxicity Bundle.” It can be downloaded from www.aliacademy.org.


The Crank-Crank-Shaft Model of Insulin Dysfunction

In my book entitled “Dr. Ali’s Plan for Reversing Diabetes,” I illustrated the insulin/insulin receptor dysfunction with a crank/crank-shaft analogy. Below is some text from that book (available at www.aliacademy.org http://www.majidali.com).

The cell membranes become resistant to insulin when they become chemicalizedplasticized, so to speakand hardened, immobilizing the insulin receptors embedded in the membranes. The insulin receptor is a protein that criss-crosses the cell membrane like a cord. One of the consequences of grease buildup on cell membranes is that insulin receptor becomes turned and twisted, literally and figuratively. In a previous paper, I offered the analogy of a crank and a crank-shaft to explain insulin resistance. I visualize insulin as a cranka device that transmits rotary motionand the insulin receptor protein as a crank-shaft embedded in the cell membrane.receptor protein as a crank-shaft embedded in the cell membranes.


Seven Basic Scientific Facts Of Insulin Functions

1. The pancreas releases insulin in excess to overcome cellular resistance to its actions.

2. Insulin in excess (insulin toxicity) leads to cellular fermentation and inflammation.

3. Insulin excess (hyperinsulinism by another name) is fattening.

4. Healthy fats are insulin-friendly and de–fattening.

5. Healthy proteins are insulin-friendly and de–fattening..

6. All starches and sugars are insulin-unfriendly and fattening

(Examples: breads, pastas, fruits, sugars)

7. Vegetables are insulin-friendly and de–fattening.

How Do Cells become Resistant to Insulin Actions?

Simply stated. The cell membranes become resistant to insulin when they become chemicalizedplasticized, so to speakand hardened, immobilizing the insulin receptors embedded in the membranes (more on it later in the article).

Dr. Ali’s Insulin Weight Loss Kitchen Plan

1. Breakfast

1.1 4 days / week: Dr. Ali=s Protein Shake Breakfast (Details at www.AliHealing.org)

1.2 3 days / week Dr. Ali’s Spice Omelette (Recipes at

www.AliHealing.org)

1.3 Bacon and sausages (best avoided or used sparingly)

1.4 Coffee or tea (if necessary) with cream and stevia sweetener

2. Mid-morning Snack

2.1 Water

2.2 If needed, protein shake snacks / hard-boiled egg / small portion of cheese

3. Lunch

3.1 Salad

3.2 Cold-pressed oils (olive oil, yellow sesame oil, avocado oil) in large amounts)

3.3 Vegetables (raw, steamed, and/or stir-fried, in this order)

3.4 Spiced plain yogurt 1/3 cup

3.5 Proteins: eggs, chicken, turkey, cheeses

4. Mid-afternoon Snacks

4.1 Water

4.2 Nuts & seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, melon, sesame)

4.3 If needed, protein shake snacks / eggs / cheeses

5. Dinner

5.1 Salad

5.2 Cold-pressed oils

5.3 Vegetables (raw, steamed, and stir-fried, in this order)

5.4 Proteins: eggs, chicken, turkey, fish, lamb, and beef (Recipes at

www.AliHealing.org)

To simplify the plan further, focus on breakfast the first week, add lunch the second

week, and add dinner the third week.

I present the above program with full details in my video seminar on the subject entitled

“Insulin Reduction Seminar” or 4-seminar full course entitled “Insulin Toxicity Bundle.” It can be downloaded from www.aliacademy.org.

The Crank-Crank-Shaft Model of Insulin Dysfunction

In my book entitled “Dr. Ali’s Plan for Reversing Diabetes,” I illustrated the insulin/insulin receptor

dysfunction with a crank/crank-shaft analogy. Below is some text from that book (available at www.aliacademy.org http://www.majidali.com).

The cell membranes become resistant to insulin when they become chemicalizedplasticized, so

to speakand hardened, immobilizing the insulin receptors embedded in the membranes. The

insulin receptor is a protein that criss-crosses the cell membrane like a cord. One of the

consequences of grease buildup on cell membranes is that insulin receptor becomes turned and

twisted, literally and figuratively. In a previous paper, I offered the analogy of a crank and a crank-

shaft to explain insulin resistance. I visualize insulin as a cranka device that transmits rotary

motionand the insulin receptor protein as a crank-shaft embedded in the cell membrane.receptor protein as a crank-shaft embedded in the cell membranes.

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