WIKI-MEDICAL
 

A Medical Encyclopedia Dedicated to Science, Health, and Healing, Sharply Focusing on Natural Medicine                           

 
Welcome
Vision and Mission
Why Should You Use Wiki-Medical?
Founder & Reviews
Molecular Biology of Oxygen, Basic
Molecular Biology of Oxygen, Advanced
Insulin-Diabetes
Nutrition
Environment
Allergy
Obesity
Aging
Alimentary Tract
Brain
Endocrine
Ethics
Brain
Musculo-sketal
Philosophy
 
Microbiology
Children's Learning Fields
Lap Dog Journalists
Inflammation & Immunity
Cardiovascular Disorders
History
Cancer
Mental Health
 Energy Healing
The Soul's Sweat Stories
Stress
 
 
Skin
Pulmonary
Reproductive System
Urinary System
Video and CD Seminars
You Tube Library
   

 

A Pothole in a Road

Majid Ali, M.D.

If it is true that grease buildup on the cell membranes, the matrix (the glue that holds cells together), and mitochondria (structures in the cells that generate energy from foods) mark the onset of all disease, then why do different individuals develop different diseases? I anticipate the question and answer it with the analogy of a pothole in the road.

After rain, a pot hole in the road near a bus stop fills up with greasy liquid. The people waiting for the bus include many children and some very tall men. A speeding car swerves close to the sidewalk, dips into the pothole, and splashes the greasy fluid over the people standing by the bus stop. The greasy fluid soils the clothes of all the bystanders but at different levels of their bodies. All the people will need a detergent to remove grease from their clothes. In the same way, the past patterns of tissue injury and genes determine where in the body and how much damage is caused by grease buildup. My crucial point is: Recovery from each cellular insult requires removal of grease by restoring the grease-cutting detergent function of oxygen.

Cell Membrane Channels

The cell membrane channels are formed by specialized folded proteins, a part of which forms the passage while another part of the same molecule forms a "protein plug," which serves as a lid. The membrane receptors are also proteins that form "binding pockets" to receive specific  substancesadrenaline, insulin, and otherswhich activate the receptors.

List of Stories

* Oxygen Stories

*Sour Milk

* Sticky Cherries

* Rancid Butter

* Greasy Cooking Pot

* Oxygen Detergent

* A Pothole on a street

 

 

 

Healing Stories

Conversations With Angels

* I Don't want Dialysis

* The First Lupus Story

* The Second Lupus Story

* A Bullet for  Hypertension
*Conversations With *Angels
*The Bite of the Neck Muscles
*The Sword Story
*The Bite of the Grey Dog
*Why and How Do Not Matter

* One Coronary Stent for Each Inning

* Mouth Opened, Prescription Delivered

 

  Oxygen Stories             
* Oxygenstrories
* Sourmilk                   
* Sticky Cherries             
* Rancid Butter  
* Greasy Cooking Pot         
* Oxygen Detergent
* A Pothole on a street