Oxyphil-Oxyphobe Conflicts

Majid Ali, M.D.

Living Cells that love oxygen do not get along with those who shun oxygen. What might we learn from this for our health?


 

Our Planet’s Oxyphil-Oxyphobe Equilibrium

In the early 2000s, 1 coined the term oxyphils for oxygen-loving life forms and oxyphobes for oxygen-shunning life forms to present and elaborate my concept of Our Planet’s Oxyphil-Oxyphobe Equilibrium.

A dynamic ceaseless life and death dance determines our planet’s oxyphil-oxyphobe equilibrium. In several articles included in this Fermentation Course, I include several natural phenomena related to this equilibrium.

 

Fermentation Course Part Two

k  Respiratory-to-Fermentative (RTF) Shift in ATP Production 

k  Oxygen’s Three-Legged Throne

k   Dysox: Energy and Detox Failure in Cells

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