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Sour Milk

Majid Ali, M.D.

Lemon juice curdles milk. This happens because the acids in lemon juice solidify proteins. A drop of curdled milk under a microscope shows "microcurdles" formed with solidified proteins. Since protein threads in milk are linked to sugar chains and fats, microcurdles also trap fats and sugars.

When acids build up in the circulating blood for any reason, they also form microcurdles. In 1997, my colleague, Omar Ali, M.D., and I introduced the term microclots for them. They areformed by solidified proteins linked to sugar chains and fats of plasma (fluid part of blood).

Such microclots are readily observed with a microscope equipped with special lens system (high-resolution, phase-contrast microscopy). The circulating blood has an efficient system of unclotting (dissolving these microclots) called fibrinolysis. Circulating blood clots and unclots at all times. A diligent examination of blood samples of even very healthy individuals reveals the presence of microclots. The sicker a person gets, the greater the number of microclots in the blood. Regrettably, there is little appreciation of this crucial fact in mainstream medicine. There are two reasons for that. First, doctors do not examine freshly-prepared smears of blood to find microclots. Second, there are no drugs that clear microclots caused by acids and oxyradicals, and drug companies are not interested in educating doctors about the clotting-unclotting phenomena in the circulating blood.

The process of dissolving microclots is called fibrinolysis. I discuss it at length in Darwin, Dysox, and Oxystatic Therapies, the tenth volume of The Principles and Practice of Integrative Medicine.

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* Sticky Cherries             
* Rancid Butter  
* Greasy Cooking Pot         
* Oxygen Detergent
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