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Dr. Aliís Insulin-Saving Palak-Tiki

Majid Ali, M.D.


My Insulin-Saving PalakóTiki is a delicious meal which is among my preferred recipes for individuals with weight gain, obesity, insulin toxicity, pre-diabetes, and diabetes. Palak is a Punjabi word for spinach.

I offer my preferred recipes for an integrated program of personal health with specific objectives of preventing and reversing: (1) weight gain; (2) obesity; (3) diabetes; (4) toxicity of insulin injections used to treat diabetes; and (5) complications of diabetes.

List of Preferred Insulin-Saving Recipes

* Dr. Aliís Insulin-Saving Breakfast

* Dr. Aliís Insulin-Saving Breakfast - Personalized

* Dr. Aliís Insulin-Saving Tuna-Tiki Recipe

* Dr. Ali Insulin-Saving VegeóTiki Recipe

* Dr. Aliís Insulin-Saving Palak-Tiki Recipe

* Karenís Insulin-Saving Almond Snack

Ingredients for Sixteen Palak-Tiki Dinners

1. Frozen chopped spinach (Palak) Net weight 48 ounces
2. Bason (gram powder available at Pakistinian and Indian stores) Two ounces
(potato powder may be used instead of gram powder)*
3. Cumin powder One tablespoon
4. Cayenne pepper One and one-half teaspoons
5. Salt One and one-half teaspoons (or to your taste)
6. Fresh grated ginger root Four ounces
7. Eggs, organic Two large
8. Lemon juice Four tablespoons
9. Extra virgin olive oil Three ounces

Cooking Directions

1. Boil spinach (palak) with two cups of water on slow heat until softened, and squeeze out excess water.
2. Add potato powder and knead all of the above, except olive oil and eggs, to make (add "a")dough.
3. Make sixteen round tikis (like meat patties) using all of the dough.
4. Dip the palak-tiki in beaten eggs and allow the extra egg to drip.
5. Heat the skillet with a thin layer of olive oil in it.
6. Fry on medium heat to a dark brown color both sides.
7. Serve with your choice of sauce or squeeze one-half lemon (to your taste) on it.
8. Saran-wrap unconsumed palak-tikis (removing all air out) individually after they have cooled and refrigerate. Enjoy for up to one week.

For serving refrigerated palak-tikis, warm in a skillet lightly smeared with olive oil or re-heat it in a toaster oven.

* Potato powder adds only about one teaspoon of starch per tiki.

Insulin Toxicity - A Global Scourge

Insulin excess (hyperinsulinism) is a global scourge that sets the stage for diabetes Type 2. It begins with grease buildup on cell membranes caused by trio of toxicities of foods, environment, and stress. I explain this further in my articles entitled "The Grease and Detergent Model of Insulin Receptor Dysfunction," "The Oxygen Model of Insulin Toxicity" Receptor Dysfunction" "Cell memDiabetes" on this website. Cell membrane jams insulin receptor protein embedded in it such that the crank of hormone insulin cannot turn the crank-shaft of this protein - insulin resistance in the prevailing terminology. Excess insulin released by pancreas to overcome this resistance (hyperinsulinism) is fattening and inflaming. It is important to counter this insulin toxicity by lowering blood insulin levels by making right (insulin-reducing) dietary choices.


Related Articles

* Insulin-Wise Foods, Insulin-Saving Recipes

* Dr. Ali's Insulin-Wise Breakfast

* Dr. Ali's Insulin-Wise Breakfast - Personalized

* Insulin-saving Tuna-Tiki

* Insulin-saving Vege-Tiki

* Insulin-saving Palak-Tiki

* Insulin-saving Almond snack





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