Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Course


Majid Ali, M.D.

My Free Diabetes Course Has Two Parts: (1) Part One – Dr. Ali’s Insulin Toxicity Course; and (2) Part Two: Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Reversal Course. The first part of the course concerns the problem and the second part the solution. 

Scientific Basis of Insulin-Based Diabetes Reversal 

Scientific Basis of Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Insulin Toxicity and Diabetes Reversal Courses

  1. Molecular Biology of Oxygen
  2. Insulin homeostasis

Five Threats to Humankind:

  1. Developmental Challenges of the Unborn
  2. Diabetes
  3. Dialysis
  4. Dementia
  5. Disability

All  five are rooted in insulin toxicity. I anticipate that some readers will roll their eyes on the first item listed above. That only means they are not aware of the frequency with which hyperinsulinism is encountered in children with autism, dysautonomia, OCD, POTS, and related neurodevelopmental challenges faced by children in prenatal and postnatal lives.


Oxygen Models of Insulin Toxicity and Diabetes Reversal Five Threats to Humankind:

Dr. Ali’s Insulin Toxicity Course and Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Reversal Course are based on Oxygen Models of Diabetes and Insulin Toxicity. Simply stated, these models explains all aspects of Type 2 diabetes—causes, clinical course, consequences, and control—on the basis of disturbed oxygen function. A full description of these models is included at the end of this article.

Body Organs of Special Interest in Oxygen Models of Diabetes and Insulin Toxicity

  1. Gut
  2. Liver
  3. Thalamus in the Brain
  4. Muscles
  5. Pancreas

Why Is the pancreas gland that produces insulin so low in the order of body organs?

I invite readers to keep this question in the mind as they consider my Course on Diabetes?


The Gut-Diabetes Connection

 The Gut-Diabetes Connections

  • Throat
  • Esophagus
  • Stomach
  • Small intestine
  • Large intestine

Digestion starts within the mouth by the action of the enzymes in saliva. It then takes full effect within the stomach and some nutrients are also absorbed into the bloodstream here. Partially digested food known as chyme then undergoes further digestion mainly in the first part of the small intestine known as the duodenum. The small intestine, or small bowel, is the longest part of the gut and gradually the food is completely digested and almost all the nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream.

The Thalamus-Feeding-Weight-Diabetes Connections


The Quick Facts

Location: Part of the forebrain, below the corpus callosum
Function: Responsible for relaying information from the sensory receptors to proper areas of the brain where it can be processed
The thalamus in the brain has special centers for glucose and regulates some aspects of  sensory information that is being transmitted to the brain.


What Is More Important in Diabetes?

In Beta Cells of the pancreas where insulin is produced? 

Or in cell membranes where it moves receptor proteins?

muscleWhere Insulin Is Produced Or Where It Is Used? 

What Is Insulin? Where Does It Come From?

The pancreas is a long, slender organ, most of which is located posterior to the bottom half of the stomach.  Although it is primarily an exocrine gland, secreting a variety of digestive enzymes, the pancreas has an endocrine function. Its pancreatic islets—clusters of cells formerly known as the islets of Langerhans—secrete the hormones glucagon, insulin, somatostatin, and pancreatic polypeptide (PP).


This diagram shows the anatomy of the pancreas. The left, larger side of the pancreas is seated within the curve of the duodenum of the small intestine. The smaller, rightmost tip of the pancreas is located near the spleen. The splenic artery is seen travelling to the spleen, however, it has several branches connecting to the pancreas. An interior view of the pancreas shows that the pancreatic duct is a large tube running through the center of the pancreas. It branches throughout its length in to several horseshoe- shaped pockets of acinar cells. These cells secrete digestive enzymes, which travel down the bile duct and into the small intestine. There are also small pancreatic islets scattered throughout the pancreas. The pancreatic islets secrete the pancreatic hormones insulin and glucagon into the splenic artery. An inset micrograph shows that the pancreatic islets are small discs of tissue consisting of a thin, outer ring called the exocrine acinus, a thicker, inner ring of beta cells and a central circle of alpha cells.

The pancreatic exocrine function involves the acinar cells secreting digestive enzymes that are transported into the small intestine by the pancreatic duct. Its endocrine function involves the secretion of insulin (produced by beta cells) and glucagon 

Two Dimensions of Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Course for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

          ☞ Insulin Toxicity Course (to Know the Problem Well

         ☞ Diabetes Reversal Course to Know then Solution Well for Reversing Diabetes?


I offer my course in two parts: (1) Dr. Ali’s insulin Toxicity Course; and (2) Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Reversal Course. I attribute the two parts of this course to myself for the simple reason that it makes it easier for people to find it on the internet.

Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Course and Insulin Toxicity Courses are free for everyone, and are posted at http://www.alidiabetes.org. For my free recipes, please go to http://www.alidiabetes.org. 

Should anyone or any institution wish to teach this course, please send me a note and I will send you written permission to do so without any cost.

Dt. Ali’s Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced Diabetes Courses

 My both Diabetes Course and Insulin Toxicity Course are subdivided into three levels as follows:

  1. Ali’s Basic Diabetes Course
  2. Ali’s Intermediate Diabetes Course
  3. Ali’s Advanced Diabetes Course
  4. Ali’s Basic Insulin Toxicity Course
  5. Ali’s Intermediate Insulin Toxicity Course
  6. Ali’s Advanced Insulin Toxicity Course

What Does the Basic Diabetes Course Cover?

A selected list of questions covered in the Diabetes Course:

  1. What is insulin?
  2. What is insulin toxicity?
  3. How do weight gain and obesity develop?
  4. What is Diabetes?
  5. Can insulin toxicity be reversed?
  6. Can diabetes be reversed?
  7. Is a biology degree necessary for taking Dr. Ali’s Insulin Course and Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Course? The answer: No.


Question: Who Should Consider Basic Insulin and Diabetes Courses?

  1. People interested in health and healing.
  2. Parents interested in the health of their children, especially obesity, diabetes, and healthy living.
  3. Teachers teaching school and college classes.
  4. Healthy study groups in communities, associations, at

 Answer: Teachers teaching school health classes.



Question: Who Should Consider Intermediate Insulin and Diabetes Courses?

Answer: Teachers who teach college-level nutrition and health classes

Anyone whose natural curiosity and interest about the subjects of health, healing, insulin toxicity, weight gain, obesity, and reversal of diabetes has been sharpened by the basic couse.

 Question: Who Should Consider Advanced Insulin and Diabetes Courses?

Doctors and professors who teach advanced health, nutrition, and diabetes classes.

Those and who are iinsulin toxic or has diabetes and who wishes to clear insulin toxicity or has Type 2 diabetes and wishes to reverse the disease.

 Learning and Teaching Materials

  1. Video Seminars: Dr. Ali’s Insulin Toxicity and Diabetes Courses 7 Video seminars (This is Seminar One).
  2. Books: Dr. Ali’s Diabetes Reversal Plan
  3. Courses Taught by Dr. Ali Himself (call 212-873-2444 for course info.


Oxygen Model of Diabetes


My Oxygen Model of Diabetes is an extension of my Oxygen Model of Health and Disease. It is a unifying model that explains all aspects of Type 2 diabetes ( the type that affects more than 95% of individuals afflicted by diabetest—causes, clinical course, consequences, and control—on the basis of disturbed oxygen function. The most important among these compromised and/or blocked functions are: (1) oxygen signaling; (2) oxygen’s ATP energy generation; (3) oxygen’s detergent functions; (4) oxygen’s cellular detox functions; (5) oxygen-regulated cell membrane and matrix functions; (6) oxygen’s cellular repair roles.

The Oxygen Model of Diabetes provides a simple model that allows physicians to reduce complexities of diverse clinical syndromes into a workable simplicity.


This model predicts that ongoing research will reveal that components of acidosis (excess acidity), oxidosis (increased oxidative stress), and CUD (clotting-unclotting dysequilibrium) will be found to play important roles in the pathology and clinical features of Type 2 diabetes.

The crucial importance of  the Unifying Oxygen Model of Type diabetes is that it:

☞ Explains the scientific basis of Type 2 diabetes and its complications;

☞ Sheds light how Type 2 diabetes can be prevented and reversed by addressing all oxygen-related issues;

☞ Elucidates how toxicities of foods, environments, and thoughts cause tissue injury and lead to Type 2 diabetes;

☞ Reveals the mechanisms by which various detox therapies work (Oxygen is the primal detergent which removes cellular grease and allows cells to breathe freely); and

☞ Allows the formulation of rational and effective designs for reversing Type 2 diabetes; and

☞ Provides explanations of mechanisms by which  time-honored natural remedies work to control and prevent Type 2 diabetes.

☞ Provides explanations of mechanisms by which  time-honored natural


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