Constipation, Bloating, Colic (Irritable Bowel): HEALER IN-MIRROR-PART 6


Majid Ali, M.D.

Ideal Bowel Habit: One or Two Effortless And Odorless Bowel Movement in the Morning


Long Bowel Transit Time Issues

  1. Babies: Bloating, Colic, Constipation
  2. Children: Bloating, Colic, Constipation
  3. Adults: Bloating, Colic, Constipation
  4. Elderly: Bloating, Colic, Constipation

Central Issues In Babies

  1. Food Allergy and Related Reactions
  2. Maternal gut fermentation in Breast-fed babies
  3. Maternal and Baby sugar intake
  4. Maternal and Baby antibiotics use
  5. Dehydration and suboptimal fluid intake
  6. Inadequate maternal and baby fiber intake
  7. Anal fissures and fear

Central Issues In Children

  1. Neglected gut concerns during infancy
  2. Sugar abuse, insulin toxicity (fruit juice abuse)
  3. Food and mold allergy
  4. Failure to detect and treat food, mold, and other allergies
  5. Antibiotics abuse for sore throats and ear infections
  6. Neglect of defecation reflex (bad toilet habits)
  7. Dehydration and inadequate fiber

Central Issues In Adults

  1. Stress and neglect of defecation reflex
  2. Neglect of gut fermentation (overgrowth of fermenting microbes)
  3. Sugar and carbohydrate abuse, insulin toxicity (fruit juice abuse)
  4. Food and mold allergy
  5. Failure to detect and treat food, mold, and other allergies
  6. Antibiotics abuse for sore throats and ear infections
  7. Dehydration and inadequate fiber

Central Issues In Elderly

  1. Lack of physical fitness
  2. Altered gut microbiome
  3. Insulin toxicity (sugar and carbohydrate abuse)
  4. Stress and neglect of defecation reflex
  5. Sugar and carbohydrate abuse, insulin toxicity (fruit juice abuse)
  6. Food and mold allergy
  7. Antibiotics abuse for sore throats and ear infections
  8. Dehydration and inadequate fiber

Preferred Remedies

  1. Magnesium, potassium, taurine
  2. Probiotics (yogurt, keifer, acidophillus, Bifidobacterium, and others)
  3. Sugar and starch  restriction
  4. Fiber – psyllium husks
  5. Cascara
  6. Senna tea in the morning
  7. Misc:Oils

    Probiotics

    Warm water with lemon juice

    Warm water with Epsom salt

    Warm water with baking soda (1 teaspoon)

    Aloe water

    Prunes

    Dandelion


Does Your or Your Child’s Healer Live in Your Mirror?

Can you heal your colitis Yourself? Colitis of any type? 

Only you can answer these questions for yourself.

Please read all three parts of this healing course before you choose to agree or disagree with me.


First Things First

  1. What colitis connections are of central importance in colitis healing?
  2. Which connections should my doctor consider?
  3. Which connections must I should consider?
  4. What would be the cost if I ignore the colon connections which I crucial for me?

 Crucial Colitis Connection

  1. Colitis – Stomach Connections
  2. Colitis – Brain Connections
  3. Colitis – Fear-Anger Connection
  4. Colitis – Cancer Connection
  5. Colitis – Systemic Inflammation Connections

Ulcerative Colitis or Colitis Ulcerosa


 

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Normal Colon

 

Colitis
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Diagnostic Terms That Are Valuable Only to a Surgeon 

Ulcerative Colitis


Shapes of Colitis

  1. Acute colitis
  2. Subacute colitis
  3. Chronic colitis
  4. Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  5. Ulcerative colitis
  6. Crohn’s colitis
  7. Microscopic colitis
  8. Lymphocytic colitis
  9. Collagenous colitis
  10. Ischemic colitis
  11. Non-specific colitis
  12. Diversion colitis
  13. Diverticulitis

Three Essentials of Healer-in-Mirror

  1. Truth   – The Mirror does not accept lies.
  2. Passion – Passion for learning cannot be faked.
  3. Persistence – Truth and passion often take longer than expected but take one further than imagined.

Three for Safety

  1. For acute disease, we need doctors, nurses, and technology.
  2. For chronic disease, one must find one’s healer in one’s own mirror. One must become one’s own healer.
  3. Acute diseases are seldom sudden departures from good health 

 

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic long-term condition.  It is a form of inflammatory bowel disease which causes swelling, ulceration and loss of function of the colon (large intestine) and rectum. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term used to describe two diseases, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, which cause inflammation of the bowel.

Colitis most commonly affects the rectum and the the sigmoid colon (lower part of the colon) but can involve all of the colon. When only the rectum is involved it is sometimes called ulcerative proctitis or just proctitis. When the entire colon is involved it is sometimes called pancolitis.

Ulcerative colitis can affect people at any age but most commonly occurs in young adults between the ages of 15 and 25 years. The condition also has an increased incidence between the ages of 50 and 70 years.  Women are more commonl


How Colon Polyps Develop

Ulcerative Colitis


Colon Poly to Colon Cancer

 

About 5 percent of people with ulcerative colitis develop colon cancer. The risk of cancer increases with the duration of the disease and how much the colon has been damaged, rising to ten to fifteen times as high. For example, if only the lower colon and rectum are involved, the risk of cancer is no higher than normal.

Sometimes precancerous changes occur in the cells lining the colon. These changes are called “dysplasia.” People who have dysplasia are more likely to develop cancer than those who do not. Doctors look for signs of dysplasia when doing a colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy and when examining tissue removed during these tests.

According to the 2002 updated guidelines for colon cancer screening, people who have had IBD throughout their colon for at least 8 years and those who have had IBD in only the left colon for 12 to 15 years should have a colonoscopy with biopsies every 1 to 2 years to check for dysplasia-to-poly-to-cancer progression.


Ulcerative Colitis – An Overview)

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic long-term condition.  It is a form of inflammatory bowel disease which causes swelling, ulceration and loss of function of the colon (large intestine) and rectum. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term used to describe two diseases, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, which cause inflammation of the bowel.

Colitis most commonly affects the rectum and the the sigmoid colon (lower part of the colon) but can involve all of the colon. When only the rectum is involved it is sometimes called ulcerative proctitis or just proctitis. When the entire colon is involved it is sometimes called pancolitis.

Ulcerative colitis can affect people at any age but most commonly occurs in young adults between the ages of 15 and 25 years. The condition also has an increased incidence between the ages of 50 and 70 years.  Women are more commonl

it. (Overview)

Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic long-term condition.  It is a form of inflammatory bowel disease which causes swelling, ulceration and loss of function of the colon (large intestine) and rectum. Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term used to describe two diseases, ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, which cause inflammation of the bowel.

Colitis most commonly affects the rectum and the the sigmoid colon (lower part of the colon) but can involve all of the colon. When only the rectum is involved it is sometimes called ulcerative proctitis or just proctitis. When the entire colon is involved it is sometimes called pancolitis.

Ulcerative colitis can affect people at any age but most commonly occurs in young adults between the ages of 15 and 25 years. The condition also has an increased incidence between the ages of 50 and 70 years.  Women are more commonl

 


Three Root Cause of Ulcerative Colitis

  1. Fear – Search for truth
  2. Anger – Passion for learning
  3. Lack of curiosity
  • Curiosity is the mother of imagination.
  • Imagination opens pathways to exploration.
  • Exploration brings learning, understanding, and knowing – and healing.

Three Primary Mechanism of All Types of Chronic Colitis

  1. Gut fermentation –
  2. Oxygen dysfunction (dysox)
  3. Insulin toxicity

Excessive gut fermentation is caused by altered gut flora resulting from excessive sugar intake, antibiotic abuse, and untreated mold and food allergy.


Seven Tutorials of the Free Healer-In-the-Mirror Course

Volume 1:     * Course Introduction, Goals, and Outline

* Three Root Causes,  Three Primary Mechanisms of Chronic Disease

Volume 2:     * Chronic Pain – Prevention and Control,  Naturally

* Oxygen Model of Pain

Volume 3:     * Diabetes Is Not a Sugar Problem, It Is Insulin Toxicity

Volume 4:     * The GERD-Gastritis Complex

Volume 5:     * Colitis, IRB, Fermentation Syndromes, Constipation

Volume 6:     * The  Cardiovascular System

Volume 7:     * Thyroid, Hashimotos, Thyroiditis, Iodine Deficiency

Volume 8:     * Adrenal Deficit, Adrenal hypervigilence

Volume 9:     * Low Testosterone States

Volume 10:     * Ovaries, Cysts, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Volume 11:     * Prostate Cancer, Prostatitis, Raised PSA

Volume 12:     * Nervous System

Volume 13:     * Musculoskeletal System

Volume 14:     Cancer Causes and Treatments

 


Three Levels of the Sun-Soil Models of Health and Healing

  1. The Bowel-Blood-Liver Levels (The Soil and Roots Unit)
  2. The Pancreas-Thyroid-Adrenal Levels
  3. The Cortical-Limbic-Gonad Levels (neurotransmitters, testosterone, estrogens, progesterone)HormonesLack of curiosity

Three Threats to Oxygen and Insulin Homeostasis

  1. Acid-alkali Imbalance
  2. Oxidant-antioxidant dysregulation
  3. Clotting-Unclotting dysequilibrium

Three Highly Recommended Readings

  1. Oxygen Model of Health and Healing  (https://wordpress.com/post/alihealing.org/3575)
  2. Fermentation: Good, Bad, and Ugly    (An article on this website)
  3. Oxygen and Aging book – available at                                                                           http://www.aliacademy.org or by phone  212-873-2444)

Dr. Ali’s Deep Healing Course

Links at the end of this outline


The Sun-Soil Model of Health and Healing

Illustrated below.


Seven Tutorials of the Free Healer-In-the-Mirror Course

Volume 1:     * Course Introduction, Goals, and Outline

* Three Root Causes,  Three Primary Mechanisms of Chronic Disease

Volume 2:     * Chronic Pain – Prevention and Control,  Naturally

* Oxygen Model of Pain

Volume 3:     * Diabetes Is Not a Sugar ProblemThe Gastrointestinal System

* Mouth, Esophagus, Stomach, Small Intestine, Colon, Rectum

Volume 4:     * Cardiovascular System

* The Heart, Circulation, Inflammatory-immune vasculitis

Volume 5:     * Endocrine System – Thyroid, Adrenals, Testes, Ovaries

Volume 6:     * Nervous System

* Musculoskeletal System

Volume 7:     Cancer Causes and Treatments


Library of Healing Videos

Serenity Among Elements

https://vimeo.com/140015330

The Healing Way of Life Begins With Curiosity Series – Introduction

https://vimeo.com/139049271

 Healing With Curiosity Part One – When You Were Two Months Old

https://vimeo.com/139049391


 

Healing With Curiosity Part Two – The Train and the Tree

https://vimeo.com/139049628

 Healing With Curiosity Part Three – The Baby and Me.

https://vimeo.com/139049744


 

Healing With Curiosity Part Four – My Clouds and Me

https://vimeo.com/139095567

 Healing With Curiosity Part Five – Oxidant and Antioxidant Series

https://vimeo.com/139095672


 Healing With Curiosity Part Six – Molecular Biology of Oxygen

https://vimeo.com/139095775

 Healing With Curiosity Part Seven – Insulin Toxicity

https://vimeo.com/139095896

 


 

 

 

Human Limits, Higher Intelligence

In 2017, I will be in the sixtieth year of my study of medicine. I recognize two elements i common among all native healing traditions, all regions and religions of the world, and all segments periods in history: (1) recognition of limits of being a human; (2) necessity for looking up to the sky for higher intelligence, higher healing, and higher sustenance.

 

ions and religions of the world, and all segments periods in history: (1) recognition of limits of being a human; (2) necessity for looking up to the sky for higher intelligence, higher healing, and higher sustenance.



 

The Sun-Soil Model of Health Model


 

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