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Monthly Archives: May 2014

Taka Update may 14, 2014

 Taka Update May 14, 2014

Fish delivery and more

☆ Tuna supply is less than OK. I received big eye tuna on Monday. It was very low fat and could not sell as toro. I am waiting the next shipment. When? No idea.

☆ Uni supply  is very good. I have it. And may be fine for this week.

☆ Japanese Fish just arrived yesterday. I have Ihidai, Renko Dai. Hobo and Isaki.

 

Closed Info

☆ May 25th – 29th . This is my first vacation of the year. I will go to Hawaii for a short trip. It is only 3 nights but OK. It is still good escape for me. Coming very soon!

 

The 5 Best Home Remedies for Joint Inflammation

Joint inflammation can accompany a wide variety of health conditions, including arthritis, gout and lumbar spinal stenosis. (1) Inflammation is an immune response, but it can become a problem itself when it becomes continuous. With inflammation, you can experience redness, pain, swelling and other sensations that are uncomfortable and can greatly affect your quality of life. Our 5 best home remedies, including lifestyle changes, will help you combat inflammation and its uncomfortable symptoms without the use of drugs. You simply have to look for common items you probably already have in your home or make changes to your lifestyle.

1. Add Omega-3 Fatty Acids to Your Diet

You may have heard of the amazing health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, and one is that they help fight inflammation in your body. You can obtain them through your diet with cold-water fish, which includes tuna, lake trout, sturgeon and salmon. You also need to have the right balance between omega-3 and omega-6 acids, with higher levels of omega-3. Many Americans consume too many omega-6 fatty acids without getting enough omega-3 fatty acids, contributing to inflammation. Try to eat more omega-3 acids over omega-6 acids, which you get through foods like meat, eggs and oils like sunflower, soybean, safflower, corn and cottonseed. These are included in many processed and fried foods, so they are easy to eat in an unhealthy American diet.

2. Limit Certain Foods in Your Diet

Your body naturally creates uric acid with the help of purines in the liver. In general, uric acid leaves your body through urine, and intestinal bacteria break the rest down, so it’s not a problem. However, when you have too much uric acid in your system, it can create salt crystals, known as monosodium urate, which form in the joints and cause inflammation. Reducing the amount of purine you take in through your diet can help prevent this from happening and help reduce inflammation in your joints. This includes cutting back on or eliminating meats like beef, lamb, pork and organ meats; alcohol; purine-rich seafood like sardines and tuna; fruit juice and high-fructose corn syrup.

3. Exercise to Reduce Joint Inflammation

A study in Current Pharmaceutical Design shows that exercising regularly can reduce inflammation. Researchers do not fully understand how exercise affects inflammation, but one of the reasons is that it helps the body make more anti-inflammatory proteins, which are called chemokines and cytokines. (4) In addition, exercise can help you control your weight, which can be helpful in keeping uric acid amounts under control.

4. Eat a Healthy Diet

When you include many healthy foods in your diet and reduce or eliminate unhealthy foods, this lifestyle change can fight inflammation. This means that you should mostly eat healthy foods like fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts and other plant-based foods, as well as omega-3-rich fish and lean poultry. High-fiber foods can also greatly help inflammation. However, be aware that some of these foods, such as whole grains and fruit, can sometimes trigger inflammation on a personal basis, so you should know your individual triggers. Overall, you should consume much more of this type of food than unhealthy food that contains high amounts of sugar and saturated fat, including fast food and processed food, which contribute to inflammation. Just as with exercise, a healthier diet can also help you control your weight, which helps reduce inflammation.

5. Eat to Flush Uric Acid from Your Body

Certain foods can help lower some of the uric acid levels in your body, thus preventing or reducing joint inflammation. It can help if you obtain the nutrients vitamin C and folic acid naturally through your diet. Vitamin C is found in much more than citrus fruit; you can also obtain it through fruits and vegetables like kiwi, cantaloupe, red cabbage, broccoli, peppers and other produce. You can get folic acid, which is a B vitamin, through citrus fruit, dark green leafy vegetables and legumes. Also, taking in a lot of water can flush some of the uric acid out of your system.

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Taka Update May 07, 2014

 Taka Update May 07, 2014

Fish delivery and more

☆ Tuna supply is bad this week. I only carry Yellow fin only. So If I say about toro, it is blue fin Oh toro only. I do not think I can get Big eye this weekend.

☆ Uni supply  is very good. I finally received it yesterday. And It is available now. I can say all week demand is fine.

  Ocean Trout (Rainbow Trout) is not available, maybe no more in the future. The reason is easy. It does not reach supplier’s minimum order.

☆ Japanese Fish just arrived yesterday. I have Madai, Hobo, Bonito and Threeline Grunt.

 

Closed Info

☆ May 25th – 29th . This is my first vacation of the year. I will go to Hawaii for a short trip. It is only 3 nights but OK. It is still good escape for me.

 

Satellite data proves Earth has not been warming the past 18 years – it’s stable

Planetary temperatures have remained largely stable throughout the past several decades, according to new data released by the Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) satellite. Mean temperatures gauged across multiple measurement platforms including GISS, HadCRUt4, NCDC, UAH and RSS definitively show that the planet has not been warming for nearly 18 years, taking the wind out of the sails of the global warming fallacy.

Based on the figures contained in the new datasets, surface temperatures have continued to fluctuate as they have since the beginning of time, but there has not been a steady rise in mean temperature as we have all been led to believe. To the contrary, surface temperatures are technically lower on average than they were several years ago, and appear to be continuing on a generally downward trend in an apparent cooling phase.

“According to the RSS satellite data, whose value for March 2014 is just in, the global warming trend in the 17 years 8 months since August 1996 is zero,” explains Climate Depot. “There may have been no global warming at all during the entire lifetimes of all students now in high school.”

Warming trends were gathered from each of the respective datasets and are averaged in order to make the assessment. And with this average hovering at 0.14 degrees Celsius over nearly 18 years, which is well within the +/-0.15 degrees Celsius combined measurement, the data analyzed suggests that global warming is nonexistent, to put it bluntly.

“The RSS satellite dataset shows no global warming at all for 212 months from August 1996 to March 2014,” adds Climate Depot. “That is just over half the entire 423-month satellite record,” which first began back in 1979.

Biggest recorded temperature increase occurred between 1663-1762, long before industrialization

Interestingly, planetary warming was most pronounced long before the industrial revolution took place. The fastest centennial warming rate, or the largest temperature increase that occurred over the course of a 100-year period, was in Central England during the 1600s. The period between 1663 and 1762, to be precise, saw a century-length increase of 0.9 degrees Celsius.

The fastest temperature increase lasting a decade or more also occurred in the 1600s, long before there were coal plants, manufacturing facilities, gasoline-fueled vehicles, and other modern inventions often blamed for global warming. The 40-year period between 1694 and 1733 saw the century-length equivalent of a 4.3 degrees Celsius increase in surface temperatures, the highest ever recorded.

“Since 1950, when a human influence on global temperature first became theoretically possible, the global warming trend is equivalent to 1.2 degrees Celsius per century,” reads the Climate Depot report, putting things into perspective. “The fastest warming rate lasting ten years or more since 1950 occurred over the 33 years from 1974 to 2006. It was equivalent to 2.0 degrees Celsius per century.”

In other words, as damaging as man-made industry may be to the health of our environment, it does not appear that this activity is having any substantial influence on global climate patterns. Our planet is simply in a constant state of flux, whether that be upwards or downwards for a time, and using fossil fuels or raising cattle — yes, the government is now blaming cow farts on global warming — plays little or no role in this process.



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