Insulin Institute
Committed to Authentic and Ethical Information About Insulin Signaling, Insulin Toxicity, and Reversing Diabetes


Founders Corps

Affiliated Organizations

What Is Health?


Diabetes Diagnosis

Dr. Ali's Course on Healing

Healing Literacy

Insulin Literacy

 Insulin Thinking

Insulin Homeostasis

Insulin Toxicity

Dr. Ali's Insulin Reduction Protocol

Insulin Neuropathy

Insulin-Wise Foods

Scholarly Articles

Unborn and Insulin-Toxic

Hypoglycemia (low Sugar)


Diabetes Diagnosis



Our Toxic Planet Culture of Fear A

Child Betrayed Childrens' Developmental Challenges
Civilized Medicine



Being One's Own Healer

Educational Materials


DVD Library


Alimentary Tract Prenatal Nutrition Toxic Womb State Our Drugged Children Oxygen Dysox Food Allergy Mold Allergy Gut Fermentation     ADHD Autism Spectrum Learning Disorders Tics and Tourette's Exercise and Fitness Weight Gain & Obesity Pre-Diabetes/Insulin Toxiucity Diabetes Type 2 Diabetes Type 1     Eczema Asthma Colic & Colitis Crohn's Colitis Ulcerative Colitis     Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Arthralgia and Arthritis Food Toxicities   Infections Immune Disorders     Thyroid Gland Diseases C-Span, Alzheimer= s Disease, and Children's Health       Culture of Fear Stress and Fear     Radio Programs
Children's Eco-Literacy
Mom's Stomach Ulcer
Eosinophilic esophagitis     Poetry  





Being One's Own Primary Physician

Majid Ali, M.D.

I define disease in two ways:

*  First, disease is a state of separation from one’s nature.

*  Second, disease is a state of evolution in reverse.

Since no one else can know one’s nature —nor the degrees of separation from it—one can have only one authentic physician: oneself.

Diseases do not descend from mountains nor do they emerge from oceans. This leaves us with four sources of illness: genes, foods, environments, and thoughts. Since no gene therapies are available for reversing any diseases, it follows that there are only three primary causes of diseases:

* Toxicities of foods,
* Toxicities of  environments, and
* Toxicities of thoughts.

Since no one can save another from the above trio of toxicities long term, it follows that no one can be an authentic primary physician for someone else. In acute illness, one cannot be one’s primary physician; in chronic illness, one must serve that role. It is simplistic to imagine that some doctor can take responsibility for one’s toxic choices in the kitchen, avoidance of environmental toxicities, or mending one’s unique complement of toxic thoughts. This is a pragmatic view of an integrative physician, not a delusional plausibility of an ideologue.

Related Articles

* Being One's Own primary Physician

* American Ology and Ologists

* Diabetes

* Diabetes Diagnosis

The A1c Test

Diabetes and Pitfalls of A1c Test



This information is provided only to provide information, it is never, ever to be used as a self help guideline. Always consult your own health care provider for information or questions on your health! Throughout this website, statements are made pertaining to the properties and/or functions of nutritional supplements. These statements about nutritional supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

Copyrights on this site:

©Majid Ali  ©The Institute of Preventive Medicine ©The Institute of Integrative Medicine ©The Journal of Integrative Medicine

New Jersey - 95 East Main Street Denville, NJ 07834 New York 140 West End Avenue NY, NY 10023