Dr. Hidemitsu Hayashi
“Devices to produce reduced water were introduced into our clinic in May 1985. Based on the clinical experiences obtained in the past 15 years, it can be said that introduction of naturally reduced water (using H-01 Active Hydrogen Generator) or electrolyzed-reduced water for drinking and cooking purpose for inpatients should be the very prerequisite in our daily medical practices. It is because any dietary recipe cannot be a scientific one if property of water taken by the patients is not taken into consideration.”
“The Ministry of Health and Welfare in Japan announced in 1965 that the intake of reduced water is effective for restoration of intestinal flora metabolism.”
CLINICAL IMPROVEMENTS OBTAINED FROM THE INTAKE OF REDUCED WATER
HAYASHI, Hidemitsu, M.D., Water Institute, & KAWAMURA, Munenori, M.D., Kyowa Medical Clinic,
- Improvement of blood glucose and HbAIC levels in diabetes mellitus.
- Improvement of peripheral circulation in diabetic gangrene.
- Improvement of uric acid levels in gout.
- Improvement of liver function in hepatic disease, cirrhosis of liver, hepatitis.
- Improvement of gastroduodenal ulcers and prevention of recurrences.
- Improvement of cholesterol level; hypertension, angina, myocardial infraction.
- Improvement of hypersensitive disorders; atopic dermatitis, asthma, urticaria.
- Improvement of autoimmune disorders; rheumatism, collagen disease, SLE.
- Improvement of so-called specific diseases; Behcet’ syndrome, Crohn disease, ulcerative colitis, Kawasaki’s disease.
- Improvement of malignant tumors of liver; hepatoma, metastatic tumors.
- Improvement of general malaise, chronic constipation & diarrhea as well as persistent diarrhea occurred after gastric resection.
- Improvement of dehydration in infants with vomiting and diarrhea caused by viral infection.
- Improvement of hyperbilirubinemia in newborns.
- Experiences of pregnant women who took reduced water during their pregnancy; almost no emesis, smooth delivery, slight jaundice, enough lactation, smooth and satisfactory growth of newborns.
~ Dr Hidemitsu Hayashi, Cardiovascular Surgeon, Director of the Water Institute of Japan
Dr. Hidemitsu Hayashi was born in 1938. He practiced medicine and specialized in Cardiovascular Surgery after graduating in 1968 from the Medical School of Kobe University, Japan. He also studied at the University of Munich (1970-71).
Specialized in the field of Cardiovascular Medicine. In 1985, after 20 years of clinical experiences as a surgeon he began advanced research on the medical benefits of water.
In 1995 he simultaneously released in Japan and the U.S. his theory on the effects of hydrogen-rich water in preventing and treating illnesses. Dr. Hidemitsu Hayashi is a researcher and a “Hydrogen-rich Water” Advocate, and is the Director of the Water Institute of Japan in Tokyo.
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