Diabetes Basics – Sour Blood, Microclots, and Micro-plaques

Majid Ali, M.D. 

Just as a drop of lemon juice sours a cup of milk, excess acidity in the circulating blood sours blood. I do not take poetic license here. Soured blood contains microclots and microplaques which can be readily seen with a high-resolution microscope fitted with phase-contrast optics. It usually begins with deforming and clumping of blood corpuscles accompanied by congealing of microscopic parts of blood plasma. Searing of blood is caused by excess acidity and oxyradical activity

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