Taka Sushi Update April 15, 2019
It’s been a while.

Fish Information
I try to by seasonable fishes. And in April we have some good fishes.
Ainame, Greenling
Isaki, Chicken Grunt
Mebaru, Rockfish These are in season now. I get those fish on Tuesday.
And I buy s special fishes occasionally. I buy bonito this week. This bonito is coming from south of Japan moving to north. I buy some straw and sear it. It must be good. Bonito might be fishy but the small is gone by searing with straw.
Live scallop is fine. Uni is a little bit problem. Maine uni is season over. Peru uni is available but the quality is not super excellent. Japanese uni is coming for weekend but the price is high.

Closed Info
We will be closed dinner on April 17, Wednesday. We have a private party. But we take togo and open patio. Limited seats but it is enough maybe. Wednesday high is 80F and good for seating patio.

New study finds poor diet kills more people globally than tobacco and high blood pressure
Poor diet is responsible for more deaths globally than tobacco, high blood pressure, or any other health risk, according to a new scientific study.
Consuming low amounts of healthy foods, such as whole grains, and too much unhealthy foods, including sweetened beverages, account for one in every five deaths globally.
“Poor diet is an equal opportunity killer,” said Dr. Ashkan Afshin, lead author on the study and an assistant professor at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington. “We are what we eat and risks affect people across a range of demographics, including age, gender, and economic status.”
Afshin, who authored a global paper on obesity in 2017, emphasized that today’s study focuses on the effects of food on chronic health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes, independent of their connections to obesity. More than 130 scientists from nearly 40 countries contributed to the analysis, which was published today in the international medical journal The Lancet. The paper is the most comprehensive analysis on the health effects of diet ever conducted.
Poor diets were responsible for 10.9 million deaths, or 22% of all deaths among adults in 2017, with cardiovascular disease (CVD) as the leading cause, followed by cancers and diabetes. They also resulted in 255 million disability-adjusted life years (DALYs), which equal the sum of years of life lost and years lived with disability. Poor diet represents 16% of all DALYs among adults globally.
In comparison, tobacco was associated with 8.0 million deaths, and high blood pressure was linked to 10.4 million deaths.
Read more? http://www.healthdata.org/news-release/new-study-finds-poor-diet-kills-more-people-globally-tobacco-and-high-blood-pressure
Eat well and be healthy, this is our goal. Reduce sodium and carbohydrate, move your body for slim body. Just do it!
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