What Are The Doctors Saying
About Ionized Alkaline Water?


Horst S. Filtzer MD

MD Cum Laude Harvard University,

Dr. Filtzer has 35 years of active surgical practice in General and Vascular surgery.

"I have had the great fortune in my life to have graduated from one of the finest medical schools in the world: Harvard. I was trained in the Harvard Residency Program."

"I have spent my entire professional career affiliated with that institution. One of the best things next to being affiliated with this great institution
has been my discovery of Kangen Water."

* Note: To see a video of Dr. Filtzer, Dr. Hiromi Shinya with other medical doctors and a dentist being interviewed about ionized alkaline water
What Are The Doctors Saying?


Dr. Hiromi Shinya, Gastroenterologist

“You are what you eat. What you eat makes your body and your health, it completely depends on the food you eat.”

I have examined more than 300,000 people’s stomachs and intestines for 35 years and realize that our health depends largely on our dietary life. And from my experiences I would like to teach you healthy, dietary habits to help you enjoy your life!

About Dr. Hiromi Shinya

Dr. Shinya, is a Japanese-born gastroenterologist. 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.

Dr. Hiromi Shinya pioneered the modern colonoscopic techniques, and invented the electrosurgical polypectomy snare now common on colonoscope. Without requiring use of invasive surgery, his revolutionary “Shinya Method” has become widely used in colonoscopies, the standard screening for the leading, non-tobacco related cancer killer in the US, colon cancer. Dr. Shinya is world renowned in performing intestinal-related procedures, and is known to have examined more than 300,000 stomachs and large intestines, and has performed nearly 100,000 polypectomies.

What Are The Doctors Saying?

Dr. Shinya's Japanese Produced Colon Video...
It's Quite Graphic!


Dr. Shinya's Profile

1935 Born in Yanagawa City, Fukuoka Japan

1960 Worked for Yokosuka US Army hospital as an intern after graduating from Juntendo University School of Medicine

1963 Visited the United States and worked as a surgical resident at Beth Israel Hospital

1967 Began to use gastro camera fiberscope as a senior resident

1968 Began to use colon fiberscope as a chief resident.

1969 Removed large intestine polyps without surgery (The first in the world!)

1971 Reported a paper on polypectomy at American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

1972 Became an assistant professor of surgery at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and a director of endoscopy at Beth Israel hospital.

1981 Became a professor of surgery at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine until 1994

1994 Became the professor of surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the head of the endoscopic center of Beth Israel Hospital. Became Vice-chairman of Japanese Medical Association in USA.

Present Dr. Shinya continues to lead a very busy office practice.