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Monday, May 10, 2010

Dr. Shinya’s 7 Golden Keys for Good Health

The world's leading gastroenterologist shares the secret to perfect health, your own body's miracle enzyme.

"Medical technology has been advancing while true health care is falling into expensive disarray." - Dr. Hiromi Shinya

Long on the forefront of new medical knowledge Dr. Shinya is credited with developing and pioneering colonoscopic surgery without the need for incision. This technique is named the Shinya technique for his contribution.

After 45 years as a practicing physician and examining over 300,000 people in the United States and Japan, Dr. Shinya tells us exactly what to do to be healthy, to stay healthy, and even to cure disease.

Patients who follow Dr. Shinya's diet and health advice get well and stay well!

Support your own body's miracle enzyme with Dr. Shinya's recommended formula
Enzyme X!
Dr. Shinya’s 7 Golden Keys for Good Health

1. A Good Diet

85-90% Plant–based foods

• 50% whole grains, brown rice whole wheat pasta, barley, cereals, whole grain bread & beans including Soybeans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans, lentils, pinto beans, pigeon peas, black, white & pink beans
• 30% green vegetables and root vegetables including all types of green and yellow vegetables, potatoes, carrots, yams and beets, sea vegetables
• 5-10% Fruits, Seeds & Nuts

10-15% Animal-based proteins (no more than 3 to 4 oz per day):

• Fish any type but preferably small fish as the larger fish contain mercury
• Poultry: chicken, turkey, duck – small amounts only
• Beef, lamb, veal pork – should be limited or avoided
• Eggs
• Soymilk, soy cheese, rice milk, almond milk.

Foods to add to your diet:

• Herbal teas
• Seaweed tablets
• Brewers yeast (good source of B complex, vitamins and minerals)
• Bee pollen and propolis
Enzyme Supplements
• Multi Vitamin & Mineral Supplement

Foods/Substances to Avoid or limit in your diet:

• Dairy products such as cow's milk, cheese, yogurt, and other milk products
• Japanese green tea, Chinese tea, English tea (limit to 1-2 cups per day)
• Coffee
• Sweets and sugar
• Nicotine
• Alcohol
• Chocolate
• Fat and oils
• Regular table salt (Use sea salt with trace minerals)

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