Doctors – Digestive Problems – Dr. Keizou


Prof. Kogure Keizou, Kogure Clinic of Juntendo Hospital

The stomach is readily upset both by diseases affecting the stomach and by other general illnesses. In addition, any nervous tension or anxiety frequently causes gastric upset.

The important role of ionized water in our stomach is to neutralize the secretion and strengthen its functions. Usually, after consuming the ionized water for 1 to 3 minutes, the gastric juice increases to 1 1/2 times. For those suffering from achlorhydria (low in gastric juice ) the presence of ionized water will stimulate the stomach cells to secrete more gastric juice. This in turn enhances digestion and absorption of minerals.

However, on the other hand, those with hyperchlorhydria (high in gastric juice), the ionized water neutralizes the excessive gastric juice. Hence, it does not create any adverse reaction.

According to the medical lecturer from Maeba University, the pH of the gastric secretion will still remain normal when ionized water is consumed. This proves the ability of ionized water to neutralize as well as to stimulate the secretion.

6 Responses to Doctors – Digestive Problems – Dr. Keizou

  1. Awesome,
    I have A type blood and therefore problems with low gastric juices, I beginning to worry that hydrogen water would make this worse. Looks like it may actually help this condition.

    I just received my NewCell hydrogen stick in the mail and have noticed two things that might be helpful to readers.
    Electronic water ionizers, although did give me a dramatic energy boost would also make me some what nauseous, this natural ionizer is giving me the same energy boost with no nausea…also the energy is sustained for hours and actually seems to increase as time goes on after drinking it…opposite of electric which the effects seem to decline after the initial rush.
    I think i’m feeling the result of what Dr. hayashi explains – when you drink natural ionized water the atomic hydrogen reaction happens in your body vs in the machine of an electric device.

    • Hi Cliff:

      Thanks for your input on the hydrogen stick. I try to leave brand names out of discussions unless it is necessary to do so. The hydrogen sticks are all pretty much the same as they are filled with magnesium.

  2. I figured It might be helpful to list the name brand in this case because I noticed people are selling New Cell sticks on for like 5$.
    I had some questions and still do about the quality control of this brand though in comparison with the sticks that run for 70$.
    I think its a great investment for someone who just wants to test the waters… literally and figuratively… lol

    • Hi Cliff:

      Some time ago, I was offered the opportunity to buy portble alkaline stainless steel bottles for $13 each. IonWays sells the same product for $129. When I did some checking, I found that I could buy a number of items that seemed very similar for $6 to $7. The seller of the more expensive product insisted that theirs was better, but they never provided any proof of contents.

      Hydrogen sticks are available to sellers at a very low prices. I suspect that they actually cost about $1 to $2 to make. Bottom line is that prices seem to be whatever the sellers want them to be as opposed to having anything to do with reality.

      I like the hydrogen sticks for their portability for trips. Unless you use 3 or 4 of them at a time and are willing to put up with the inconvenience, I wouldn’t use them for everyday use. If someone does want to purchase hydrogen sticks. I would try the inexpensive ones as I wouldn’t pay $70 for one of Dr. Hayashi’s sticks unless the company provided an analysis of contents and comparative analysis with other sticks.

  3. Interesting.
    I’m rethinking recommending these things at all, unless I give strict instructions/warnings on what to expect and how to use them.
    I actually noticed a big drop off in effectiveness after the first usage with the stick, recharging it in a vinegar solution brings it back up to speed for the next usage but its effectiveness drops off again.
    It may do more harm that good having these be the first impression on ionized water.

    That being said I just noticed tyent h2go portable, seems to offer virtually the same filtration system as the mineralizing ionizers that you hook up to your sink…alkastream and the like, but at a much reduced initial investment.
    As far as I can tell this is the only product like this available?

    • Hi Cliff:

      The stick is more than a novelty item as it does offer some benefit. However, as I have said before, unles you use 3 or 4 sticks and you are willing to put up with the inconvenience, they should be used for short term emergency situations such as a vacation only.

      The h2go portable by Tyent is a very poor excuse of a batch filter. When I was selling Tyent machines a few years ago, I bought a case of them. I took one of the units with me to Barbadoes for a vacation a couple of years ago and it was a complete nuisance. I ended up giving the h2go units away as a gift when someone bought an ionizer.

      I know you are looking for a “deal”, but you are setting the bar too low imo. You can purchase good inexpensive electric water ionizers for about $600. You can also buy natural water ionizers for about $300. I know the ionizers are more money, but they are worth it.

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