病気にならない生き方レシピ集

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In response to requests from readers of the Living without Disease series, which has sold 1.7 million copies, Dr. Hiromi Shinya and his wife Naoko Shinya have compiled their very own Recipes for Living without Disease. These are recipes of the actual dishes prepared and served over breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Shinya home.

Created by Naoko Shinya with original seasonings, these simple, tasty, and healthful dishes reflect the philosophy and techniques of Dr. Shinya.

A sample of the meals for one day:
Breakfast: fruits, brown rice, cooked soy beans, grated daikon radish, miso soup with wakame seaweed;

Lunch: buckwheat pancakes, steamed vegetables, herb tea;

Dinner: steamed unpolished brown rice, sashimi (tuna and octopus), cold fresh tofu with Chinese flavorings, egg drop soup (in a dashi broth);
If you’re pregnant: mashed edamame soup, fresh greens mixed with natto (fermented soy beans).




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新谷弘実(Hiromi Shinya)
Born in 1935, Hiromi Shinya is Professor of Surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshive University and head of the endoscopic center at Beth lsrael Medical Center in New York City, where he pioneered techniques in colonoscopy that remain in use today. Of worldwide renown, he maintains active practices in both New York and Tokyo.

新谷尚子(Naoko Shinya)
Naoko Shinya, a graduate of Sacred Heart University in Tokyo, is coauthor with her husband of Your Stomach and Your Intestines Speak Clearly. As a spokesperson promoting the culture of a healthful Japanese diet, she travels regularly between Japan and the United States.

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