Satoshi Kawakami1,2*, Yoshitaka Fukuzawa3, Taro Shirakawa2, Tsutomu Sato1, Takaharu Ide4, Kensho Yorozu5 and Kou Sakabe1
1Louis Pasteur Center for Medical Research Laboratory of Environmental Infection Control, Japan 2Hinokosei Clinic, Tokyo, Japan 3Aichi Medical Preemptive and Integrative Medicine Center (AMPIMEC), Nagakute, Japan 4University of East Asia, Yamaguchi, Japan 5YOROZU Clinic, Tottori, JapanFulltext PDF
This time, we examined whether platinum-palladium-containing soft drinks (functional nutrient water) contribute to the improvement of COPD. Currently, high fat and high protein are used as nutritional therapy for COPD, but there is often no improvement trend. Therefore, this time, we suggested that COPD was improved by ingesting platinum-palladium-containing soft drinks in addition to conventional nutritional therapy. Since COPD may cause lung cancer in the future, it is necessary to control the exacerbation of COPD. In general, cancer is caused by a large amount of active oxygen produced from lifestyle-related habits, especially bad eating habits. Therefore, in addition to improving nutrition, it is necessary to actively ingest antioxidant nutrients in order to appropriately remove active oxygen, which is said to increase the risk of cancer. Platinum-palladium containing soft drinks was invented by Japanese doctor Hideyo Noguchi. There are four types of active oxygen. Our research group at Tokai University has found that platinum-palladium has the ability to remove all four types of active oxygen. Platinum-palladium was found to be the only substance, as no other substance in the world has been identified that removes this entire reactive oxygen species. The improvement in COPD by taking platinum-palladium-containing soft drinks in addition to general nutritional therapy may reduce the risk of lung cancer.
COPD; Lung cancer; Platinum-palladium-containing soft drinks; Functional nutrient water; Active oxygen; Antioxidant; AMPK
Kawakami S, Fukuzawa Y, Shirakawa T, Sato T, Ide T, Yorozu K, et al. Platinum-Palladium-Containing Soft Drinks (Functional Nutrient Water) Improve COPD and Reduce the Risk of Lung Cancer. Ann Clin Case Rep. 2021; 6: 2053..