A Body That Doesn’t Sag

by Saki Ono

ISBN978-4-7631-3624-4 C0077

190 pages / July 2017 / 1,200 yen (w/o tax)

50,000 copies sold in the first 3 weeks!
Problems with weight loss and getting into shape are determined by the placement of our intestines.


☆The positioning of our intestines influences our weight and figure.

☆ Defeat gravity with one 15-second exercise.

☆ Target your sagging bottom, breasts, flabby arms and midsection, and bloated face and legs.

☆Many women have lost up to 9 kg and 18 cm around their waist and increased their bust by three sizes.

☆ See results in as early as two weeks

☆Includes many illustrations for a fun and informative read.


No diet plans actually work.

You regain lost weight almost immediately.

It seems like your bottom and breasts continue to sag.


All of these are influenced by the placement of our intestines.

After meeting with over 5,000 patients, author Saki Ono affirmed that the placement of our intestines influences our weight and figure. As waste matter becomes more difficult to pass and body fat builds up, it becomes more difficult to lose weight, and parts of the body begin to sag under the added stress. Since our intestines are close to eight meters long, it’s no wonder our body sags with that extra weight.

Your worries are over! By doing the simple stretch recommend by Ono, you will not only lose weight, but your body will perk up. With only one 15-minute exercise, it takes little effort and little time to improve your figure. The book’s illustrations make the process fun as well.

From the table of contents

Prologue              Women with higher-positioned intestines stay in shape.

Chapter 1            A dissection of a fit body

Chapter 2            What happens when our intestines fall?

Chapter 3            This amazing stretch will improve your figure in just 15 seconds.

Chapter 4            Work at it a little bit every day.

Chapter 5            Foods that prevent sagging

From the editor "Umechan"

16hen_umeI was surprised when I first heard that the positioning of our intestines influences our weight and figure. There are many books about the importance of intestinal bacteria and flora, but this is the first about the placement of the intestines. This new and important knowledge needs to become more widespread. Also, humorous illustrations featuring such characters as Mrs. Dirty Intestines, the Large Bowel Family and the Small Bowel Family make this book a fun read. This is surely the world’s most interesting and easy-to-understand book about intestinal health.


Saki Ono

Saki Ono is a nurse and the representative director of the Japan Association of Intestinal Health. She is from Nagano, Japan.


Intending to follow in the footsteps of her mother, who was a public health nurse, she got her first nursing job at the National Center for Child Health and Development, where she was assigned to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.


Having had problems with constipation, and experience in dealing with children who suffered stomach-related health conditions, she realized the importance of stomach health and conducted research on the stomach at an outpatient clinic.


Using her knowledge gained at the outpatient clinic, she has developed successful weight-loss methods and ways to improve stomach health and bowel movements, such as an intestinal massage and a unique stretching technique.


She started an esthetic salon in Aoyama, Tokyo, called GENIE with the goal of teaching intestinal health to women who worry about the effects of aging. Her stretch can be done easily at home. Popular models and celebrities are doing it and have said that their skin started to look more radiant after only two days! Saki Ono is a top therapist who has helped over 5,000 female patients improve their intestinal health.


In order to spread more awareness of the importance of intestinal health, she formed the Japan Association of Intestinal Health in 2013.