Hiromi Shinya was a Japanese-American Doctor who pioneered colonoscopic surgery and invented the colonoscope. He was chief of the. Based on his 45 years of medical practice in the United States and Japan, Dr. Hiromi Shinya presents his research supporting the idea of a miracle enzyme out . He changed the world with the Shinya Technique for removing polyps through an endoscopy instead of invasive major abdominal surgery.
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Glowing, vital health is within your grasp once you understand the key to life’s code – the enzyme factor. This first English-language publication of Dr Shinya’s groundbreaking theory will convince the skeptical and add to the growing debate about the state of nutrition and health care.
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The Enzyme Factor 2: The Food Enzyme Concept. Miracle Medicine Second Edition. Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly A bestseller in Shinya’s native Japan, where it was published inthis title introduces his theory of a “source enzyme” to American readers.
Shinya came to New York in as a medical resident and later pioneered the use thee a colonoscope to remove polyps from the colon without abdominal incisions. Here, he identifies a precursor enzyme that the body converts to specific types of enzymes as they are needed to support, maintain or repair the body and its functions.
Shinya broadly discusses how enzymes work and are exhausted by poor lifestyle enzymw, medications, environmental pollution, electromagnetic waves and daily stress, and provides simple directives for holistically accessing the power of enzymes, including supplements. Myriad observations from his years of practice include that humans should not eat meat from animals with a higher body temperature than their hirommi the strength of Americans’ digestive systems contributes to illness and obesity; drinking pasteurized milk from cows is lethal to the body; and anticancer drugs do not cure factpr.
The real message of Shinya’s book is that lifestyle is essential to health. To help readers develop one in tune with nature, he describes his own ascetic daily routine. While some readers may find Shinya’s ideas unusual, others may welcome his unorthodox approach.
Translated into English for the first time is the book that has takenJapan by storm, sellingcopies every month for the past year. Hiromi Shinya ezyme hisresearch, grounded in his 45 years of medical practice in the UnitedStates and Japan. This research supports the idea of a miracle enzymeout of which all the enzymes the body needs are produced. He suggests cancerand other diseases occur when this key enzyme is depleted and cannot properlydo its job.
The Enzyme Factor: Diet for the Future : Hiromi Shinya :
In this book he clearly shows how what we eat affects that key. Shinyas science is clearly explained and easy to understand. The suggestionsfor diet and lifestyle based on this science are simple and easy to follow. Eventhose who think shhinya know everything hiomi how to eat right will be surprisedwhen they discover what is really healthy.
This simple health regime has led hundreds of his patients, many suffering fromcancer and other life-threatening diseases, to perfect health. Inside Your Bodys Miracle Enzyme you will discover: How to look younger and delay aging How to live strengthen your bodys natural defenses.
How to become a healthy year old Misconceptions with many dietary trends What your intestinal traits can teach you about your health Why drinking milk will cause osteoporosis How your shinta will become oxidized if you eat oxidized foods Why eating higomi meat of animals that have a higher bodytemperature than humans pollutes the blood The inseparable relationship between the human body andthe land How love activates the immune systemThis is a new, important and affordable approach to health care in Americaby the worlds leading gastroenterologist, and inventor of colonoscopicsurgery, who has spent his hhiromi in empirical research on the subject ofhuman digestion.
If we follow Dr. Shinyas health prescription we will loseweight, be fit, save money and enjoy a long and healthy life. Shinya has treated many political leaders and celebrities in both the USA andJapan.
He criticizes much of modern medicine as too specialized, losing touchwith the body as a whole system. He calls all medications poison which shouldbe used only for a short time. He says medical technology has been advancingwhile true health care yiromi falling into expensive disarray. Shinya shows why so many Americans are overweight and why our attemptsto lose weight are literally killing us.
For instance, low carbohydrate, high proteindiets will tend to give you stomach and color fxctor. Yogurts that are supposedto relieve constipation will cause more of it in the long run. Dairy can also causearthritis, osteoporosis, and allergies. This book reveals how many chronic health problems, often attributed to agingor heredity, can be cured by what you eat, when you eat, and how you eat. See all Editorial Reviews. Product details File Size: Millichap Books; 1 edition October 26, Publication Date: October 26, Sold by: Share your thoughts with other customers.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Once again, we have a health book written by a gentleman in his 80’s who is still enjoying excellent health. I think this is where we’d all like to be at his age: Rather than taking advice from relatively young people who feel pretty good while eating carcasses all day and having no idea what lies ahead in their next forty years, it makes more sense to follow the ideas of older people who continue to enjoy good health.
To make this author’s advice even more compelling, he is a gastroenterologist who has examined the colons of hundreds of thousands of people and compared their health with their diets. Having read nearly a hundred health books in my life, I found a lot of new insight in The Enzyme Factor. Shinya says that he has used a colonoscope to study the intestines of chimps and found almost no difference between their digestive system and those of humans. He makes the argument that all disease begins in the thd, and does a fairly good job of explaining why.
He also repeatedly stresses the importance of eating foods that hirromi “alive,” foods that contain natural enzymes fruit and vegetables.
The Enzyme Factor: Diet for the Future
And by meat, he means white fish and seafood. He is a big fan shinnya fruit, though, so I simply replaced the grains with fruit. I found it rather surprising that a gastroenterologist was unaware of the link between grain fiber and digestive disorders. Still, I found quite a bit of good advice here.
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Much of what I read in this book were the author’s own suspicions and conjectures. Some reviewers had a problem with that, because for some people, something that has not been scientifically proven cannot possibly be true. In my opinion, this is foolish thinking. Did gravity not exist until Isaac Newton wrote down the equation?
Shinya suspects that there is an enzyme pool in the body from which it can draw and sometimes even create the enzymes it needs for any function. Simply by using digestive enzymes and eating foods rich in enzymes, we can make our bodies’ jobs easier.
If this conjecture appears to be the case, to someone who has been studying the subject for more than fifty years, we should be willing to listen. Who cares if it hasn’t been proven yet? Some of Einstein’s conjectures weren’t proven until the ‘s. Highly intelligent people can see the truth before science validates it on paper. Shinya’s intelligent perspective are worth the price of this book.
I’m not sure the book has an appropriate title, though. If you’re looking for a lot of deep talk about all the thousands of human enzymes and what they do in the body, you’ll have to look elsewhere. He does not discuss specific enzymes. He simply says get as many enzymes from raw whole foods as possible and let your body do the rest. Don’t clog up your intestines with too much tge and dairy.
Eat a whole foods, mainly vegetarian diet.
The diet plan is sensible and it will indeed keep your colon clean. Keeping your colon clean will help you live into your eighties as the author has done. I didn’t find anything controversial here, but I did find a lot of insight and sensible advice. Emzyme hope this review helped you decide whether or not this book will interest you. While there is much shnya the way of theory and conjecture in this book, it IS coming from a most reputable source.
The fact that Dr. I have had two colonoscopies, and no one ever asked the first word about my diet. I learned of Dr.
Shinya from colonoscopy videos that popped up in youtube with some GI topic I was looking at. Not for the faint, but if you’re not grossed out, his videos of the insides of colons are very compelling to shiinya right.
As a GI nurse, I was fascinated with them. Based on his observations, Dr.