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Insulin-Toxic Newborns
Majid Ali, M.D.


Have you seen an “insulin-toxic newborn”? I think you have. Have you heard of an “insulin-toxic newborn”? You certainly have. You simply did not realize. Consider the next question.

Have you seen a nine-pound newborn? If not, have you ever heard of a nine-pound newborn? That baby was insulin-toxic. And an insulin-toxic newborn, of necessity, was an insulin-toxic being before birth. Is it a little confusing? Read on.

Gestational diabetes and pre-diabetes are conditions in which a glucose tolerance test done during pregnancy reveals raised blood sugar levels that meet the diagnostic criteria for these conditions. Most such women deliver babies that weigh more than the average, often weighing eight pounds or more.

I never order a glucose tolerance test without doing an insulin profile. I have more than 560 insulin profiles in my files and have not seen an exception to this so far. In an article published in the Townsend Letter in 2009, I presented detailed information about 236 of these insulin profiles. Please read other articles in this series on insulin-toxic newborns, especialy one entitled “Unborn and Insulin-Toxic.”

Importance of the Diagnosis of Neo-natal Insulin Toxicity

The need for ruling out the presence of neo-natal insulin toxicity should be self-evident from the preceding comments. In addition to the insulin status of the heavier-than-normal babies, it would be also very valuable to know the base-line insulin status of every baby.

What can be done for mothers of heavier-than-normal babies to protect them from obesity, pre-diabetes, and diabetes? What can be done to prevent these disorders in overweight newborns? And from all complications of diabetes, such as neuropathy, kidney failure, dialysis, dementia, heart attacks, and blindness? I cover these crucial subjects in this series of articles as well as in my YouTube encyclopedia?

Suggested Reading

* Dr. Ali’s Plan for Reversing Diabetes. 2011. New York, Canary 21 Press.

Links to Suggested Selected YouTube Videos

* Should You Join Insulin Club?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UAQlSFRI-M
* How Can I Join Insulin Club?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7rj08mTy3A

Related Article

* Unborn and Insulin-Toxic

* Insulin-toxic Newborns

* Every Newborn Should Be Tested for Insulin Toxicity

* Fetal Insulin Toxicity

* Toxic Womb State

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