Aug 20, 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 . After practicing as a gastroenterologist for decades, Dr. Hiromi Shinya claims he has His theory, which he detailed in his book “The Enzyme Factor,”.

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View all 11 comments. Published by Council Oak Books first published July 8th Much of it makes much sense. The diet emphasizes regular moderate exercise, sleeping six to eight hours nightly, meditation and taking time each day for personal enjoyment.

Refresh and try again. Some of his more interesting claims: He further theorizes that it is when our body’s “source” enzymes are exhausted that death occurs. A typical day on Shinya’s diet begins with 2 to 3 cups of water first thing in the morning.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from The Enzyme Factor. Although the diet is likely to yield benefits, Shinya acknowledges that there is no scientific evidence proving his theory that certain foods deplete enzyme concentrations and harm your health. If it makes sense to you the affirmation “We are what we eat”, easily the importance of these studies are understood.


If not – you are on your own.

Creo que debe de ser uno de sus objetivos del autor mirando hacia el futuro. Passage of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates examination was required for the program, necessitating a high degree of English fluency, so he “spent a lot of time going to American movies” Sivakp.

Enzymes are the catalysts which facilitate spark all life processes in living organisms. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Enzyme Factor

Hiromi Shinya presents his research supporting the idea of a miracle enzyme out of which all enzymes the body needs are produced. However, some of his claims in commercial advertisements have been criticized as deceptive. This page was last edited on 25 Aprilat They experimented with different types of wire, testing them on animal bowels. Despite his “tone” or “exclusive” point of view on diet, you are – always- free to do so. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. From a young age, his mother encouraged him to earn a medical degree and pursue medicine in the United States. As I read his book, I implemented many of his recommendations and can say that I have enjoyed better health. The death of his wife and illness of his children motivated him to find a way to see what was hap The Enzyme Factor When reading Dr. Much of it is based on his work, so there are not – for now!!!


Hiromi Shinya – Wikipedia

Shinya then performed the first colonoscopic electrosurgical snare polypectomy in September The article speculates that this is due to agingand does not discuss intake of nutrientsso it is irrelevant to his claim. The death of his wife and illness of his children motivated him to find a way to see what was happening in his patient’s colon without the need for surgery.

Department of Agriculture, others are not supported by scientific evidence. D Melalui penerapan buku ini salah satunya ,semoga kesehatan enzyke hidup jd sinya baik, bkn hnya utk diri sendiri, tp jg sesama dan alam seluruhnya.

Get fresh, care about health, find inspiration in new things. What I liked about this book was that it didn’t seem like preaching, not did it seem like hyped up medical fanaticism. He enxyme demonstrates how you can see a person’s physically health through their colon. Shinya’s other major contribution to colonoscopy was the invention of the electrosurgical polypectomy snare, with the support of Olympus employee Hiroshi Ichikawa. And I prefer to stay focused on my purpose on reading it and on the purpose of the book: