Hiromi Shinya, MD is well known as the developer of the field of colonoscopic surgery (the Shinya Technique). He performed the first non-invasive colon surgery. Using his own invention of the colonoscope, he discovered the ability to both examine and operate on the colon without abdominal incision.
Dr. Shinya is Clinical Professor of Surgery at Albert Einstein Collage of Medicine and Chief of the Endoscopy Unit of Beth Israel Hospital in New York, as well as an advisor for Maeda Hospital and Hanzomon Gastrointestinal Clinic in Japan. A native of Japan, Dr. Shinya received his medical education both in Japan and in the United States
Dr. Shinya, now past 70, continues an active daily practice of medicine, spending half of each year in New York City and the other half in Tokyo. He is Japan’s most famous doctor and treats members of Japan’s royal family and top government officials. His practice in the United States also includes celebrities and Presidents. He is Vice Chairman of the Japanese Medical Association in the USA, and much in demand as a speaker internationally.
The Enzyme Factor is the first book in English by this major international medical expert, is based on his Japanese bestseller How to Live Long and Never Be Sick, which has sold over two million copies since its publication in 2006.
Dr. Shinya’s Menu for Good Health
“ A good dietary health” is the most important factor for you to enjoy a long and healthy life.
Good dietary health keeps one’s stomach and intestine clean and prevents the body from
decreasing the so called “Miracle Enzymes”.
Good Eating Habits
Good eating habits are essential for a healthy life.
This means maintaining “The Miracle Enzymes” and keeping the intestines clean. Let’s review
your eating habits; What, When, and How do you eat?
Do you understand and control your
Dr. Shinya recommends dividing food intake to
90% fruits and vegetables and 10% protein.
The points for good eating are:
1. Eat unpurified grains or cereals.
2. Eat more vegetables.
3. More seafood, less meat.
4. Eat raw foods.
5. Do not eat oxidized foods.
6. Eat fermented foods.
7. Avoid milk and milk products.
8. Take Vitamins and Minerals
9. Be disciplined with the food you eat.
Remember, you are what you eat!
- Good Water, Preferably Kangen Water®
- Water is essential for your health.
- Drinking “good water” such as mineral water; especially hard water which has much calcium and magnesium keeps your body at an optimal alkaline PH. Optimal quantity is about 2 -3 cups about 1 hour before each meal.
- Good excretion
- Start a daily habit to remove ‘intestinal pollutants.’ and to clean out your systems regularly.
- Correct Exercise.Exercise is good for your health.
- Walking (about 2.5 miles/day), swimming, tennis, golf, stretch, etc.
- Rest / Sleep – Take enough time to sleep.
- Relax mentally and physically -Being Stress-Free / Be Happy!
- Positive thinking increases one’s immunity. Conversely, Negative thinking decreases one’s immunity.
- Be good to yourself.
- Saying ‘NO’ to release your stress.