Taka Update October 19, 2015

Fish delivery and more

☆Tuna is bigeye. It’s been a while. The condition is not bad.

☆We have uni from USA and Peru and you can compare the taste.

Live scallop is available.  But the size is not big enough. Over catching? Maybe.

☆ Fresh Ikura is available. It has texture, you must try what is fresh.

☆ I order Hawaiian fish today. It will come tomorrow.


Closing TAKA

Some people know this. We need to evacuate at the end of February 2016. I can say the last business day is around 20th.

And I found a good location in Sandy Springs. It is just north of Buckhead and current customers can come this location. It is about 10 minutes from current location.

I will sign the lease very soon, maybe. And the opening date will be in March. I gave up to move to Hawaii and stay here for a while.


Coca-Cola and Pepsi contribute to nearly 200,000 deaths every year

Sugary drinks such as Coke and Pepsi kill nearly 200,000 people per year worldwide, according to a study conducted by researchers from Tufts University and published in the journal Circulation.

The numbers are based on prior studies showing that sugar consumption can lead to heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

“Many countries in the world have a significant number of deaths occurring from a single dietary factor – sugar-sweetened beverages,” senior author Dariush Mozaffarian said.

“It should be a global priority to substantially reduce or eliminate sugar-sweetened beverages from the diet,”

The study’s abstract was previously presented at the American Heart Association Council on Epidemiology and Prevention in 2013.

The study is the first to take a detailed look at the global health impact of consuming beverages sweetened with sugar. It focused exclusively on any sodas, fruit drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks, teas or homemade drinks sweetened with some form of sugar and containing at least 50 calories per 8-ounce serving. Due to its different nutrient content, 100 percent fruit juice (not artificially sweetened) was excluded from the study.

The researchers used 62 separate dietary surveys conducted on a total of 611,971 people in 51 countries between 1980 and 2010 to estimate sugar consumption country-by-country. They combined this with data on how available sugar is in 187 different countries, in order to calculate variation in sugar consumption both between and within countries.

Drawing on prior studies delineating the health effects of consuming sugar-sweetened beverages, the researchers determined the effect that the sugar consumption they had calculated would have on death rates from cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. They concluded that in 2010 alone, sugar-sweetened beverages killed 6,450 people from cancer, 45,000 from cardiovascular disease and 133,000 from diabetes, for a total of nearly 185,000 deaths.

Although 76 percent of the deaths from sugar-sweetened drinks occurred in middle- and low-income countries, the United States came in second among the 20 most populous countries in terms of per-capita deaths, at 125 per million adults. It was surpassed only by Mexico, which had 405 deaths per million adults.

My opinion is like this. It is not only Coke or Pepsi but the word of “Too Much” is the key. We can drink Coke but 1 can a day is fine. Not large bottle or not 3-4 cans a day. Same as anything like Alcohol, Ice cream, French fry, Pizza, Steak, Mush Potato and more. American’s over eating habit is really bad. It is same as sushi. We can make money if you eat a lot. But I feel bad for your health. Portion problem is for all American people. Just think of it. “ Your body is not hungry, your brain is hungry.” This is my word. TAKA

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