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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Taka Update October 30, 2013

 Taka Update October 30, 2013

Fish delivery and more

2 months more and 2014 is coming? It is too early to pass the days. Time is really goes by.  But tuna supply is great. I received good big eye tuna again yesterday. It was 49 lb stomach side. I sold one Maguro Kama last night.

Japanese fish has same problem like last week. We did not get enough fish yesterday because of tyhoon effect. Some are coming on Thursday.

Movie shootings in Atlanta bring many celebs. Samuel Jackson and Jessica Alba might come to Taka. They are here. We had some movie industry people from CA and they told me.

Hawaiian fish is coming today. I get Walu, Hebi, Ono and Opa this week. People are getting understood about Hawaiian fish. Clean water can grow healthy lean fish and is good for our body.

 

Sushiandpassion Book Update

I am still waiting final. Nothing changed from last week. I can say it is December- January. You can do pre-order at Amazon com. My suggested retail price is $29.95 but Amazon price is only $21. And if you are the prime member, there is no shipping cost, maybe.

 

Breast-feeding may help children climb social ladder

Breast-feeding a child may give him or her a leg up towards the top of the social ladder.

A new study published in BMJ journal Archives of Disease in Childhood on June 24 revealed that children who were breast-fed moved higher up in social class than their counterparts.

“Breast-feeding has lifelong benefits,” study author Amanda Sacker, a researcher at the University College London, said to HealthDay. “Breast-feeding not only gives children a good start in life, but also boosts chances of a healthy and successful adulthood. For most women, breast-feeding offers them a simple way to improve their child’s life chances.”

The World Health Organization says babies should be exclusively breast-fed for the first six months of life, and then receive a combination of food and mother’s milk through 2 years of age. If 90 percent of families breast-fed for the recommended 6-month period, almost 1,000 infant deaths would be prevented and $13 billion in annual medical costs would be saved.

In reality, the rate is much lower. In the U.S., about 45 percent of mothers were breast-feeding at six months, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC also noted that 40 percent of parents gave their infants solid food before they were 4 months old.

Breast-feeding is especially important according to experts because it provides protections for newborns and infants, including transferring antibodies, cells and hormones that could protect a child from illness. Children who are breast-fed have lower rates of ear infections, diarrhea, respiratory infections, asthma, Type 2 diabetes and necrotizing entercolitis (which attacks the gastrointestinal tract in premature infants) than formula-fed children.

Giving the child breast milk also has benefits for the mother. It helps them save money on formula and bond with their child. Healthwise, it can lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes, breast cancer, ovarian cancer and postpartum depression, which affects 10 to 15 percent of all mothers within one year of giving birth.

 

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Taka Update October 23, 2013

Taka Update October 23, 2013

Fish delivery and more

I have one of the Best tuna in 2013. It is big eye and stomach side as usual. This toro is amazing. Uni is also available. It is in season.

Many Tyhoon ( Japanese hurricane ) come to Japan and Japanese fish delivery is not easy. I am dealing with Hawaiian fish. It sells well and on regular menu now.

I really worry about future of Japanese fish because of Fukushima Daiichi issue.  Contaminated water eventually needs to dump to the ocean.  The ocean around Hawaii is still clean and beautiful. It means Hawaiian fish is safe to eat for a while.

 

Sushi Day is coming soon!

It is our tradition. Sushi Day is November 1st.  And thank you God, It’s Friday. We have a special offer for you. You can get 30% coupon that can be used for your next dining. Macy’s has One Day Sale many times a year but Taka only does it once a year. Please make your table asap.

 

Sushiandpassion Book Update

I am still waiting final. I t might come today. I can say it is December. You can do pre-order at Amazon com. My suggested retail price is $29.95 but Amazon price is only $21. And if you are the prime member, there is no shipping cost, maybe.

 

Brisk Walking Equals Running for Heart Health

Brisk walking is as good as running for reducing blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes risk — three key players in the development of heart disease, a new study finds.

It’s a matter of how far you walk or run, not how long, said Paul Williams, a staff scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, Calif.

“Both of these activities reduce risk factors, and if you expend the same amount of energy you get the same benefit,” Williams said. The key was the more people walked or ran each week, the more their health improved, he said.

The findings suggest “there is now some choice in the exercise you want to do,” he said. Some people find running more convenient, others prefer walking, especially people just starting to exercise, he noted.

The advantage of running is you can cover twice as much ground in the same amount of time as you would walking, Williams pointed out.

Williams is referring to brisk walking, however. “Walking for exercise. It’s not a mosey kind of thing, but actually walking for exercise,” he explained.

For the study, published online April 4 in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, Williams and Dr. Paul Thompson, a cardiologist at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut, collected data from the National Runners’ Health Study and the National Walkers’ Health Study. More than 33,000 runners and nearly 16,000 walkers were involved.

The runners and walkers were 18 to 80 years old, but mostly in their 40s and 50s, the study authors noted.

Over six years, both running and walking led to similar reductions in risk for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, and perhaps even heart disease, the researchers found.

Specifically, Williams and Thompson found:

Running reduced the risk of high blood pressure 4.2 percent and walking reduced the risk 7.2 percent.

Running reduced the risk for high cholesterol 4.3 percent and walking lowered the risk 7 percent.

Running lowered the risk for diabetes 12.1 percent and walking reduced the risk 12.3 percent.

Running decreased the risk of heart disease 4.5 percent and walking reduced the risk 9.3 percent.

Dr. Gregg Fonarow, a spokesman for the American Heart Association and professor of cardiology at the University of California, Los Angeles, said engaging in regular physical activity is well-established to maintain cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of cardiovascular events, stroke, and premature death.

The American Heart Association and other organizations highly recommend regular physical activity for the primary and secondary prevention of heart disease and stroke, he added.

“These findings suggest similar benefit for similar energy expenditures with exercise regardless of intensity,” Fonarow said. “However, for those who are capable of engaging in more vigorous exercise, this may be the more time-efficient strategy.”

Other research using data from the walkers’ and runners’ studies found that for weight loss, running beats walking.

For more information on regular exercise, visit the American Heart Association.

 

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Taka Update October 09, 2013

 Taka Update October 09, 2013

Fish delivery and more

A great News! Uni is coming tomorrow on Thursday. I ordered a different supplier to get it. Many customers asked me about uni availability.  I says “Government shutdown is uni shut down.”

Tuna supply is very good. I have wild caught big eye tuna with low fat toro. This is fine until this weekend. Sounds like all fish are fine. And I will order Hawaiian fish next week again.

 

Sushiandpassion Book Update

I received the draft and fixed some issues and sent back to the book company last night. They will send me a final in a week and ready to print out.

I am working for next year’s project. It is Vegetables and Passion. I want to save American people who have troubles with health.

 

Garlic, good for flu.

Garlic – it’s not just for making your meals taste better. Practicing good habits all year long is, of course, the best thing to do for your health, but this time of year holds special concern because, as our kids go back to school and the weather turns cooler in most of the country, our bodies are more susceptible to disease. “This is an ideal time to commit yourself to practices like yoga, meditation, healthy nutrition, restorative sleep and the use of herbs and supplements,” said Karen Koffler, MD, director of Integrative Medicine at Evanston Northwestern Healthcare, near Chicago, according to Natural Life Magazine. These healthy habits can strengthen your immune system and reduce stress.

One of those herbs should be garlic. According to Natural Life, garlic “has been nicknamed ‘Russian penicillin,’ due to its anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-yeast properties.”

“One of the best immune-system helpers is garlic,” writes herbalist Susun Weed, adding that experts say “it contains at least 17 different factors that nourish and support powerful immune system functioning.”

Obviously cooking with fresh garlic or minced garlic in a jar is one way to boost consumption of this flu fighter, but if you’re not a fan you can always revert to enteric-coated garlic tablets as a supplement.

I know some people cannot eat garlic because of allergy. Eat ginger well. Ginger is also good for flu.

 

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Taka Update October 02, 2013

 Taka Update October 02, 2013

Fish delivery and more

Government shut down but we are still open the door for you. Autumn is great season for fish. Sushi Day is coming shortly. It is November 1st and thank you God it’s Friday. I will do same offer like last year. You can pay full amount but can get 30% of coupon. Hey, It’s once a year, Taka One Day Sale. Macy does it many times a year but I don’t.

Fish is really good this week except Uni, sea urchin. Kinmendai did not come because of hurricane in Japan. But it might come on Thursday. People start to drink red wine now. It is beautiful season of the year in GA. Uni might come on Friday. And I have the biggest tuna of this year is available. It is 60 lbs for 1/4. Like Negitoro Don? No problem, I can feed you.

My Signature, Healthy Body Soup is available on the menu. Oxtail soup with 7 super vegetables is delicious and healthy. It works for your flu issue very well. And this is natural Botox. You can see my skin. There is no wrinkle at all. I am 51 years old and keep good skin with this soup, maybe. Many customers asked me even summer time. I wanted to sell this as can but gave up. My food should be fresh and natural, no preserve in it.

Sushiandpassion Book

I just made sure everything was all right. They will send me a final draft and I need to check this weekend. And I have to approve it. I will be home on this Sunday to do it but play golf in the morning. It will be show up in November. I am sure and so excited. I need to have the party for it, maybe.

And I am working for Vegetables book for next year. I lost weight dramatically. My weight was 175 lbs at the top of this year. And it is 162 lbs right now. Am I sick? Am I cancer? Not at all. I am losing weight naturally. I did not go to Jenny Craig or something like that. I hate to spend money for those things. Pay money for losing weight? Just control it by yourself and lose weight. It is simple like Staple TV CM, just press your button.

10 superfoods to consume during the fall season (from Natural news)
There are superfoods that deserve the name. These special edibles can battle various illnesses like cancer, high cholesterol, heart disease, and other evil diseases that beset man. Blueberries, for instance, can easily knock off free radicals in the body with the powerful antioxidants that they possess. The fact is that nature provides people with superfood molecules and substances that work wonders for the body one way or the other. It is a reality that certain produce are abundant at specific times of the year. Diet and nutrition can be seen with a seasonal approach. Including fruits and vegetables that are in season in one’s diet can provide the freshest and most delicious natural flavors of the season. The following foods are best during autumn:

Sweet Potatoes and Pumpkin

It is easy to fall in love with the flavors and huge amounts of vitamin A that come from items belonging to the “dark orange veggies” family. Sweet potatoes richly boast potassium, calcium, vitamin C and antioxidants. Other standouts in this group are butternut squash, carrots and pumpkins.

Cruciferous Vegetables

These vegetables help in maintaining a good and healthy memory through the coming years. The suggestion came from research which found women who ingest these foods in adequate amounts to have the sharpest memory.
The food items from this group include turnips, collards, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kale, cabbage and broccoli. In addition to their ability to fortify memory, cruciferous vegetables can fight cancer through their natural ingredients called “indole alkaloids.” People can also get vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber from these juicy vegetables.

Pomegranates

Pomegranates are powerhouses of antioxidants that specifically work to protect the brain and boost memory. Research has also shown that they can prevent hardening and thickening of arteries.

Beets

Beets are beneficial in two great ways. First, they are rich in folate, or folic acid, a nutrient that prevents embryonic defects in the neural tube. For pregnant women, beets should be considered. Second, beets contain a certain betacyanin found to possess a cancer-fighting ability. They are particularly useful in preventing and treating colon cancer.

Alliums

Alliums are good for eliminating carcinogens and other toxins that harm the liver. Research suggests that they also help in some cases of cancer and heart diseases. Shallots, chives, scallions, leeks, onions and garlic are prominent member of the Allium genus.

Beans

Take advantage of the inexpensiveness and cooking versatility of beans. These food items are packed with complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber, potassium, folic acid, antioxidants and protein.

Olive Oil

People who are at risk of heart disease have got good news about olive oil to be happy about. Research on olive oil-rich Mediterranean diets shows that olive oil can cut the risk of death for heart disease patients by about 50%. This stems from the fact that olive oil contains monosaturated fats. Olive oil also contains antioxidants.

Tea

One good thing about tea is it contains heart-supportive antioxidant catechins. This antioxidant is credited for its ability to strengthen arterial walls and hinder blood clotting.

Red Wine/Grape Juice

Grapes have substantial amounts of vitamins such as B6, B1 and C, but they are more celebrated for the phytochemicals that they contain – in particular, the phenolics. Phenolics, sourced from the skin of grapes, decrease the risks of developing heart diseases. One of such phenols is resveratrol, a natural compound that has anti-inflammatory, anticancer and antioxidant properties.

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