If what he concludes is, in fact, biological reality, we are most certainly poisoning our bodies into an early, disease-fueled demise.
(PRWEB) December 23, 2013
Dr. Hiromi Shinya knows the body inside-out - literally, he has viewed the insides of more than 300,000 patients, carefully observing, recording, researching, and testing. Oh, and by the way, he is pretty much the #1 colonoscopic surgeon in the world, and his full bill of credentials are not to be taken lightly. He does not come about his conclusions whimsically or by manner of bias. Nor are the implications of passing import. If what he concludes is, in fact, biological reality, we are most certainly poisoning our bodies into an early, disease-fueled demise.
Writes Randy Johnson of http://whyamifat.org, "As for me, the book was definitely compelling and there are a handful of things I immediately changed about my eating habits (the easy things, like chewing more slowly, deliberately, and thoroughly in order to release maximum enzymes). I'm also now supplementing enzymes. Further, while I cannot bring myself to fully convert to Shinya's suggested diet, I have certainly made strides in that general direction."
The stumbling block for his Western readers, unfortunately, will be the intangible conditioning toward immediate gratification. Specifically, because people usually cannot abruptly notice an improvement to health and/or physique, folks are much less likely to hop on Shinya's bandwagon. Most prefer tangible, near-term causality. Preventative measures of healthy nutrition are not exactly fulfilling to this condition of expectation.
Concludes Johnson, "Summarily, I believe that most of us would rather die sooner while enjoying tastier foods than live for a few extra years over a lifetime of relative blandness."
The book is potentially groundbreaking in content. Shinya's cancer patients have a 100% cure rate (no remission) when they adhere to his nutrition plan. That's hard to ignore.