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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Taka Update November 21, 2013

 Taka Update November 21, 2013

Fish delivery and more

Weather is getting cold this weekend. I have very good tuna this week. It is big eye tuna and 60 lbs for ¼ size. I never seen this kind of big one before. We cannot expect next week because of Thanksgiving Day. Uni supply is really good. Most of Japanese fish are coming tomorrow. I already cut Spanish mackerel. But fresh salmon roe is still coming.

 

Holiday Closing Information

We just close Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday lunch and Christmas. You can bring your families and friends Friday night or Saturday night.

 

Why high-heels are habit-forming

High-heel tottering fashion slaves often complain that stepping down to normal footwear is extremely uncomfortable following the elevating effects of a six-inch height boost. Now scientists know why.

In a paper in the Journal of Experimental Biology, Manchester Metropolitan University scientist Marco Narici explains how he used newspaper ads to recruit over 80 women with at least a 2 year, 5 cm high-heel history, 11 of whom reported discomfort when walking without their heels.

Ultrasound measurements of the calf muscle lengths amongst these women showed significant shortening – by 13% – of the muscle fibres compared with non-heel wearing controls.

At the same time, MRI scans showed that the Achilles tendons of the two groups were the same lengths, indicating that the tendons of the heel wearers had not lengthened to compensate for the shorter muscle length, although the heel wearers tendons were nonetheless thicker and stiffer than those of the controls.

Consequently, walking on flat-feet becomes uncomfortable for these people because the tendon cannot stretch sufficiently to compensate for the altered posture.

 

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Taka Update November 6, 2013

 Taka Update November 6, 2013

Fish delivery and more

This is the almost first time tuna is not great. I received tuna yesterday and was OK. I could say A, just A rank. Uni is available and stable quality. I also received Hawaiian fish yesterday, Sail fish, Walu, Mongchong.

Sujiko, Fresh salmon roe is coming tomorrow. This is very limited offer. We sold out 2 weeks ago.

22 day for Thanksgiving Day and 49 days for Christmas. Times are flying.

 

Sushiandpassion Book Update

This is jst like the first baby born. It takes time, it is pain and it is fun. I don’t  know when gonna be. Maybe 2014 January?  I am tired, very tired. But it is coming anyway.

 

Holiday Closing Information

We just close Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday lunch and Christmas. You can bring your families and friends. My next vacation will be Memorial weekend in 2014.

 

Eating broccoli may help prevent osteoarthritis

New research from the UK suggests that sulforaphane, a compound found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage and Brussels sprouts, could help fight osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis.

Led by the University of East Anglia (UEA), the study used cell and tissue tests to show that sulforaphane blocked cartilage-destroying enzymes by intercepting a molecule that causes inflammation.

The researchers also found that mice fed a sulforaphane-rich diet suffered significantly less cartilage damage and osteoarthritis compared with mice whose diet did not contain the compound. Their research is published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism.

Sulforaphane is released when eating cruciferous vegetables such as: Broccoli,Cauliflower,Brussels sprouts,Kale,Cabbage,Bok choy or Chinese cabbage.

Read more? http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/265310.php

 

 

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