I tried to look up more about this Dr. Hemilä. His credentials do not appear on the internet as far as I looked. His home page has link to his education that is blank, http://www.mv.helsinki.fi/home/hemila/education.htm. He appears to work for the Dept. of Public Health in Helsinki.
I bet he is not a real doctor but some kind of naturopath.
The page isn't blank
MD 1999 University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland;
PhD (epidemiology) 2006 University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland;
PhD (biochemistry) 1993 University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland
Docent (adjunct professor), biochemistry 1996
It still doesn't mean he isn't a quack
I'm glad it works for lonely moa. If it works, isn't expensive, makes him feel good and does no harm, then go for it.
But it is anecdotal, with a sample size of one. So therefore, not evidence of efficacy.