Hiromi Shinya is a Japanese-born general surgeon. He practices half of the year in Japan and the other half in the United States. He is a clinical professor of surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University; head of the endoscopic center at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York, New York; and Vice-chairman of the Japanese Medical Association in the United States. He pioneered modern colonoscopic techniques, and invented the electrosurgical polypectomy snare now common on colonoscopes, allowing for removal of colon polyps without invasive surgery. Shinya is also known for his health theory. He has authored a number of books, many of them in Japanese.
Hear it from Dr. Hiromi Shinya himself! A rare interview with the author of “The Enzyme Factor”, “The Microbe Factor” and a best-selling author in Japan. The man who has been at the forefront of the enzyme health revolution describes why they are good for you and how you can use your body’s own enzymes to heal yourself and prevent disease. http://www.enzymefactor.com