“After Natural Hygiene helped me to dramatically improve my own poor health, which was brought by my ignorance about proper food choice according to our biological adaptation, I thought it had to be my mission to disseminate Natural Hygiene in Japan. No one had ever heard of Natural Hygiene in Japan in the 1990s.”
“I started my health mission in Japan by translating Fit for Life into Japanese followed by organizing a Natural Hygiene group, now called the Japan Natural Hygiene Network to teach the Hygienic program to health seekers. I issue newsletters and organize seminars and workshops periodically around Japan.
“I also published four books on Natural Hygiene in the last five years. They are available at any book store as well as on the Internet. They have been accepted so well that my program appears in some magazines almost every month. I receive a lot of wonderful feedback from so many people who have improved their health by adopting the Hygienic way of life. The Natural Hygiene movement in Japan seems to be getting hot.
“I just came back from a lecture tour around Japan. I spoke in six different cities including Tokyo and Okinawa this time. Some people came to see me telling me how much they owe Natural Hygiene after reading my books. They not only have lost extra weight without any effort, but also have overcome their serious health problems such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, many kinds of allergies, and aches and pains, and so on.
“It is a great joy for me to meet those people because they are wonderful proof that my health mission is working in Japan. In fact if I had known about Natural Hygiene 24 years ago, I wouldn’t have had to go through a hysterectomy at such a young age of 34. I am so happy to know that what I am doing is helping many people to improve their health in Japan.
“My next goal is to bring the Hygienic movement to other Asian counties. My first and second book have already been translated into the Korean language. The Chinese version of my first book was just released in May, 2007, in China. My third book will follow next year.
“Obesity and overweight people are increasing at an alarming speed in those countries due to their adopting the Western diet and lifestyle recently. Heart disease, diabetes, and cancers in breast, prostate and colon are also increasing dramatically. Those diseases used to be almost un-known in those countries a few decades ago.
“I am sending a message through my books to those Asian people not to follow the Japanese who adapted the American way of diet — the SAD Diet (Standard American Diet) — after World War II, resulting in physically getting bigger like Americans and at the same time acquiring typical American health problems such as obesity, heart disease, ischemic stroke, diabetes, breast, prostate or colon cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.
“Those ailments were very rare in Japan before the war. Only very few wealthy people suffered from them before the Japanese started eating steaks, hamburgers, fried chickens, pizza, French fries, and doughnuts, as well as drinking milk and soda regularly. I am hoping that the Asian people will learn from the mistake the Japanese people made. I believe I am the right person to tell them because I myself was the one who made the big mistake by adapting the American diet, suffering from all kinds of poor health.
“Being a health educator I am teaching Natural Hygiene not only in Japan, but also in Houston as well. I am helping people who want to lose weight or improve their health. I also conduct a Natural Hygiene study group called Houston Health Association & Natural Hygiene Network of Houston. This is a non-profit group for studying about ‘no-drugs,’ ‘your-body-heals-itself,’ ‘detox’ methods and old-fashioned Hygiene ‘on-the-inside.’ We meet once a month and discuss about the Hygienic way of life for our better health and happiness.”