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Hiromi Shinya is an internationally renowned Japanese American surgeon born in 1935.
He is the pioneer of colonoscopy, the first doctor who began to remove polyps from the large intestine without resorting to invasive surgery.
His scientific theory of nutrition is widely known and the book has been translated into many languages.
You can find his books and read.
You can find in the Internet terrible pictures of bowels of his patients "before" and "after" the treatment. He shows and names diseases, and also provides information about the habitual diet of patients (cheese, eggs, milk).
Hiromi Shinya gives advices what kind of habits patients must change to survive and live longer.
The short list of his recommendations: