Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers)
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:47.
Author(s): Dr. Michael Galitzer (papers), Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers), Dr. Howard Reminick, Dr Howard Rem Conditions: chemical toxicity, mercury Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
EFFECT OF NATURALLY MAGNETIZED WATER WITH IV-DMPS TREATMENT ON INCREASING MERCURY EXCRETION POST REMOVAL OF AMALGAM FILLINGS (2002)
Michael Galitzer, M.D., American Health Institute, Los Angeles, CA, Howard Reminick, Ph.D. and Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D., Ohno Institute on Water and Health, Cleveland, OH, Harold Ravins, D.D.S., Center for Holistic Dentistry, Los Angeles, CA.
The field of biological dentistry is rapidly gaining acceptance as an alternative to traditional, mainstream dentistry because of its sound health principles and practices, and attention to toxicology. Although it has made inroads among a more informed public, it still maintains the reputation as "new age" and controversial, due to the resistance from the established dental industry and the political pressure of the American Dental Association. Two controversial areas practiced in biological dentistry which draw criticism from mainstream dentists are removal of mercury amalgam fillings and chelation. With more and more studies under way to provide sound, scientific evidence on the value of these two practices, leaders in the field will soon be able to establish guidelines and policies, leading to its acceptance as an equal provider of mainstream dental care.
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:42.
Author(s): Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers), Dr Michael Galitzer (papers), Dr Howard Reminick Ph.D. (papers) Conditions: kidneys, magnetized water Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
EFFICACY OF A NATURALLY MAGNETIZED WATER ON KIDNEY FUNCTION
Michael Galitzer, M.D., President, American Health Institute on Anti-Aging Medicine, Santa Monica, California, Howard Reminick, Ph.D., Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D., Ohno Institute on Water and Health , Willoughby, Ohio (November 1999)
Water, which makes up over 70% of the body's structure, is the most influential and vital component which provides the body with a mechanism to maintain and restore homeostasis.(1) However, environmental changes have imposed many new pathologic influences, which have overtaxed the body's ability to remain in a state of balance.(2) Among these are toxic drinking water, and soil toxicity and mineral depletion which affect nutritional components in food. 3 The results can be seen in the rise in incidence of chronic, degenerative diseases, which are not successfully treated by conventional medicine.(4,5) In fact, this dilemma has been further compounded by the standard procedure of over-administering medications which present long-term difficulties in the body's ability to maintain its state of balance, or homeostasis.(6,7)
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:35.
Author(s): Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers), Dr Michael Galitzer (papers), Dr Howard Reminick Ph.D. (papers) Conditions: mercury, detox Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
Effect of Naturally Magnetized Water on Increasing Mercury Excretion Post Removal of Amalgam Fillings and IV-DMPS Treatment (2002). Michael Galitzer, M.D., Howard Reminick, Ph.D.Harold Ravins, D.D.S., and Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D.
Introduction: Biological dentistry has long been a proponent of eliminating mercury in dental fillings, due to its extensive life of releasing high toxicity into the blood. Chelation is a highly effective procedure in removing mercury, as well as other heavy metals. The experimental treatment, Nariwa, a naturally magnetized water from Japan, has been studied for over five years and has been found to increase cell hydration, assimilation of nutrients into the cells, tissue detoxification and lower pH acidity. Previous uncontrolled trials with Nariwa water showed consistently higher mercury excretion levels than had previously been found after an IV-DMPS (di-mercaptopropane sulphonic acid) chelation treatment.
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:22.
Author(s): Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers), Dr. Howard Reminick PhD (papers) Conditions: blood Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
THE NATURALLY MAGNETIZED WATER DIFFERENCE IN BLOOD COMPOSITION AND CIRCULATION
Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D. and Howard Reminick, Ph.D., Ohno Institute on Water and Health, Explore! for the Professional, Vol 10:5, 2001.
The human body is a completely integrated organism, always acting with natural intelligence to maintain wholeness with varying degrees of success. Success is dependent on the unique attributes acquired through genetics, attention to a healthy, lifestyle maintenance, and the quality, content and structure of water in the body.
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:19.
Author(s): Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers) Conditions: cellular regeneration, hydrology Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
BioMagnetic Hydrology: The Interactive Effect Of Two Forces Of Natural Energy - Water And Magnetism
In the current era of rapid scientific progress, many concepts which were once "scientific truths" as recently as 20 years ago are no longer tenable. But of all the discoveries, none is more important than the theory of the human energy field. In a very short time, scientists have revisited their thinking from denial of the existence of energy fields to absolute certainty that they exist. This revelation has worked its way into scientific investigation in bio-medical research. As a result, medical interest has begun to focus on the magnetic fields around the body, referred to as bio-magnetic fields. This is beginning to be understood as perhaps the main catalyst of human energy.
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:13.
Author(s): Dr. Howard Reminick Ph.D. (papers), Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers) Conditions: bacteria, intestinal flora Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
A STUDY ON EFFECT OF NATURALLY MAGNETIZED WATER ON THE STABILITY OF BACTERIA IN INTESTINAL FLORA
Ohno, Y. and Reminick, H. "A Study on Effect of Naturally Magnetized Water on the Stability of Bacteria in Intestinal Flora: Implications for Health and Anti-Aging", Explore! for the Professional, Prescott, AZ, Vol 10:3, 2001.
Introduction: Conventional medicine is still driven by Pasteur's Germ Theory, which he recanted before his death. Pasteur based his theory of disease on what he discovered in how fermentation takes place, which he believed was the result of the effect of bacteria on yeast and could not take place outside of living cells. However, von Liebig discovered what was to become the Chemical Theory, that fermentation was caused not by bacteria, per se, but by changes in the molecular structure of bacteria. This opened the door for studying how bacteria works in the intestinal flora of the body, and how bacteria can either produce fermentation, which keeps bacteria healthy and stable, or putrefaction, which produces destructive bacteria. Bacteria in the body is responsible for critical bodily functions and, therefore, must not be destroyed. The free use of antibiotics over the past 40 years has been attributed to the destruction of essential bacteria in the body and a rise in chronic, degenerative diseases.
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 01:42.
Author(s): Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers) Conditions: aging, alzheimers, magnetized water, memory loss Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
EFFECTS OF MAGNETIZED WATER ON MEMORY LOSS DELAY IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE
Ohno, Y. "Effects of Magnetized Water on Memory Loss Delay in Alzheimer's Disease", Frontier Perspectives, Center for Frontier Sciences, Temple University, Vol 6(2), Spring/Summer, 1997.
Introduction: Previous studies and experimentation with magnetized water in Russia, China and U.S. have reported improvement in persons with aging-related diseases. Physicians in Japan have been treating chronic illnesses with magnetized water for years and have reported positive results. The author has conducted numerous studies with a magnetized water from Japan with his patients and has reported positive results. Progression of memory loss associated with Alzheimer's may be due to toxicity of medications accumulated in cells, loss of nutrients necessary for neurotransmission, and contaminants found in drinking water, and may be delayed with a daily regimen of magnetized water.