This tuna is available until December 31, 2012. Thank you God and big nature.
Friday, December 28, 2012
This tuna is available until December 31, 2012. Thank you God and big nature.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Then, I went to Home Depot and bought ply wood.
I cut the wood for size of sushi bar and nailed it. I did not use any glue. I might change again in the future.
Then, I applied new bamboo topping with glue. I started to do from behind. That was a mistake. Customer side needs to show well. So, I took off all of them and started again.
That decision was right. The ending was under the sushi case and people did not see the ending part.
Then I made side part and finished.
The cost is around $200. It looks good, isn't it? This was my vacation, my holiday. I really enjoyed with high quality job and felt good.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
My Weight Control
Carbohydrates--- Japanese sweet potatocontain approximately 27g of carbohydrates. This carbohydrate value comes from three sources: dietary fiber, sugars and starch. Japanese sweet potatoes contain approximately 4g of dietary fiber, for about 12 percent of the daily recommended requirement for dietary fiber in a healthy diet, according to the World's Healthiest Foods site. The 5g of sugars in Japanese sweet potatoes are predominantly sucrose and glucose, with a small amount of fructose. The USDA site reports that the potatoes contain about 17g of starch.
This is sweet potato with sugar, do not try.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Toro is better than last week's one.
I think I will not get good one any more this year. New Year is coming and everybody goes home from the ocean.
It's simple reason. People want to stay home with family and tuna supply will be short for 2 weeks.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Now that you've discovered the health benefits of raw almonds, why not put away those potato chips and enjoy them as your next power snack?
I carry almonds always. It is in my car. I eat at least 20 almonds a day. I recently add walnuts, too.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
My Weight Control
After 12 weeks, those who ate walnuts had better sperm vitality, motility, and morphology compared with those who avoided tree nuts altogether (P≤0.03 for all), according to Wendie Robbins, PhD, of the University of California Los Angeles, and colleagues.
Walnuts also were associated with improvements in serum omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, the researchers reported online in Biology of Reproduction.
"Whether adding walnuts to the diet will go beyond the shifts in sperm parameters as seen in this study to improving birth outcomes for men within fertility clinic populations or in the general population is not yet known and will require further research," they wrote.
Polyunsaturated fatty acids -- which are found in high concentrations in fish, fish oil supplements, flax seed, and tree nuts -- have been shown in animal and human laboratory studies to be involved in sperm maturation and membrane function. However, not all clinical studies of male fertility have shown differences in polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrations between fertile and infertile participants.
Nuts, and walnuts in particular, have a high concentration of alpha-linolenic acid -- a natural source of omega-3 -- in addition to omega-6 fatty acids, antioxidants, and micronutrients like folic acid.
Robbins and colleagues set out to explore whether adding walnuts to a Western-style diet would improve semen quality. They randomized 117 healthy men ages 21 to 35 (mean age 25) with no known history of infertility to add 75 grams of whole-shelled walnuts a day to their usual diet or to continue their usual eating habits while avoiding tree nuts.
The walnuts were supplied by the California Walnut Commission, which provided funding for the study.
At baseline, the two groups were similar in age, education level, race, body mass index (BMI), body weight, and physical activity levels. During the 12-week study, there were no significant changes in BMI, body weight, or physical activity in either group.
Sperm parameters improved in the group that consumed walnuts (but not in the control group), resulting in significantly better sperm vitality, motility, and morphology.
Serum fatty acid profiles were similar in the two groups at baseline, and only the participants eating walnuts had significant increases in omega-6 (P=0.0004) and omega-3 (P=0.0007) fatty acids through 12 weeks.
The only omega-3 that increased was alpha-linolenic acid (P=0.0001).
Despite the change in serum fatty acids, the fatty acid profile in the sperm did not show changes within each group. However, a nonsignificant increase in eicosadienoic acid in the walnut group, coupled with a nonsignificant decrease in the control group, resulted in a significant between-group difference (P=0.02).
There were no differences between the groups in sperm aneuploidy for chromosomes X, Y, and 18 at baseline or at the end of the study, but in the walnut group there were significant decrease in sex chromosome disomy and sperm missing a sex chromosome (P≤0.01 for both).
Increasing amounts of alpha-linolenic acid in the sperm were associated with a lower proportion of sperm missing a sex chromosome and percentage of sperm with any numerical chromosomal abnormality at the 12-week visit (P≤0.01 for both).
The authors acknowledged that the study was limited by the collection of blood specimens for hormone analysis at all times during the day.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
- Sea cucumbers are known for their anti-aging properties.
- The Chinese consider a sea cucumber to be a health panacea and hence, use it for treating kidney disorders, constipation and reproductive problems, including impotency.
- Sea cucumbers contain glucosamine and chondroitin that are helpful for treating arthritis.
- Sea cucumber is the most popular traditional remedy used by Malay women for treating injuries and wounds caused by episiotomy.
- Ointments prepared from sea cucumbers are used for treating back and joint pains by the Peninsular Malaysian communities.
- Sea cucumbers are considered as a general health tonic and benefit people with chronic joint pains, tendonitis, sprains, ligament stress and arthritis.
- They are commonly used for treating debility among elders, frequent urination and intestinal tract lining.
- Sea cucumbers are an instant energy booster.
- Sea cucumbers assist in nourishing the brain and heart, as they contain fatty acids, such as EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), similar to fish oil.
- Sea cucumbers extracts are combined with legendary herbs to produce ointments effective for health and beauty that can be used on face, hands, feet, joints, muscles, scalp, hair, mouth, gum and sensitive areas.
- Topical application of sea cucumber ointment acts as sun protector, night cream and moisturizer for dry and cracking skin. The ointment helps in restoring a pleasant, soft and supple feeling to the skin.
- Scientists from various countries like China, Japan, Russia and United States are working on the extracts of sea cucumbers. According to them, sea cucumbers might prove to be useful in stopping the growth of cancer cells.
Second, machine has a fin at bottom and trun around. So, rice trun around and can make sticky.
After that, take mochi out from the machine and make ball size. We put sweet red bean in some.
We used to make mochi like this. Steaming sweet rice.
Before pounding, smash slow.
Then pound rice and tunr over rice each time.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Monday, November 26, 2012
It will come in 2 weeks.
Anyway, I cut oil, sugar and fat and carb.
Is it tired to eat? Is it boring? Yes, sometimes. But I need to correct my weight to right size.
I will eat meat after success of diet.
Thursday, November 22, 2012
I brought this book to Hawaii. I thought this was diet book, yes it was but there were so many interesting data here.
I really felt bad after I read this book. We've been eating so much animal protein.
And we can take same protein from plant like broccoli.
This doctor really about eating raw vegetables, fruits, less eating meat.
Thank you so much for giving me this book and I try to lose weight from tomorrow.
I have to drink tonight because my friend's family is here from Japan.
I do it from tomorrow.
Happy Thanksgiving Day.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
I have no idea how many Americans eat this kind of dish. You don't want to see pork feet, especially around nail.
But upper part is really tasty. And you can get natural collagen, Botox.
I cook pork feet with pressure cooker and grill it.
And add negi-miso, scallion miso sauce. This is really good.
So far I sold for a African American, Indians and Japanese. They loved it.
This dish is not on the menu, special dish for this week.
Factors Affecting Life Expectancy for Older Adults Studied
Monday, November 12, 2012
Beef tripe, pork leg and other intestant with vegetables are in it.
Broth is coming from meat and vegetables and I add soy sauce and miso.
It takes time to meat get soft. So I can say Motsu nikomi is Japanese slow cooked dish.
If you have a chance to NYC, go to Hakata Tonton. This restaurant is the only place to sell motsu nikomi in Eastcoast.
This is Grilled Pork Tonsoku, is unforgivingly porky with a rich, gelatinous texture. Charring gives it a crisp, blistered surface great for smearing with yuzu-kosho.
61 Grove St.,New York, NY1001440
Yes, Hakata Tonton's menu is all about pigs' feet — and if that doesn't scare you off, you'll be richly rewarded. This cozy West Village space would feel welcoming even without the extraordinary attentiveness of the staff, who greet you warmly at arrival and offer a quirky parting gift of Pez as you leave. In between, there's a wealth of Japanese soul food to be had, virtually all of which incorporate trotters in some way. Sauteed gyoza arrive sizzling on the platter, tuna sashimi salad is entree-size and peppered with savory bits of fried garlic. (Want even more allium? Try the fragrant but not overpowering garlic rice.) The pigs' feet themselves, tonsoku, come in a variety of preparations, all of which celebrate the gelatinous, bony cut, and are recommended to be eaten with the hands, as is Japanese custom. The showpiece of the menu is the Hakata Tonton hot pot, a meal in itself on this small-plates menu. It arrives at the table a good ten minutes before cooking is complete; watch it boil down into a delightful, salty, porky, bubbling mass, and then dive in. A perfect evening: you, a friend, that hot pot, and two Sapporos. And a Pez to go, of course.
Sushi and sashimi, Udon soba are not only Japanese food.
I made gyoza and Okonomiyaki at my customer's house last night. They joined to make with me. It's fun to know Japanese food.
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Flounder is one of them. It will come today but not much. Live scallop and clam are fine but not sure for this weekend.
I have good tuna for this weekend. It was 300 lbs. and just bought 40 lbs. Uni is very good, California is always sunny recently.
I will go to Hawaii for my friend’s wedding ceremony. I only stay in Hawaii 72 hours.
Probiotic twice a day zaps 'bad' cholesterol, could prevent heart disease
According to Mitchell L. Jones, M.D., Ph.D., lead author of the study and a research assistant in the faculty of medicine at McGill University in Montreal, taking twice daily doses of a probiotic lowered key cholesterol-bearing molecules in the blood, caused "bad" cholesterol level (the kind that clogs arteries) to plunge and made the total cholesterol count healthier.
This is a particularly important study for mainstream medicine to be aware of because of two reasons. First, it involved a double blind study in humans. And second, it shows that a natural substance can do something Big Pharma's side effect-ridden statins can't do -- lower "bad" cholesterol without potential harm.
In earlier studies, a strain of live probiotic microorganisms (Lactobacillus reuteri) had shown promise in lowering blood levels of LDL or "bad" cholesterol. For the new study, the investigators looked to see if the same probiotic could lower LDL and reduce molecules of cholesterol attached to fatty acids known as cholesterol esters. A combination of elevated cholesterol esters plus high LDL has been tied to dangerous plaque buildup in the arteries, resulting in a heightened risk of heart disease.
The study involved 127 adult research subjects who all had high cholesterol. About half the patients took the probiotic two times a day, while the rest were given placebo capsules. After just nine weeks, those taking the probiotic had LDL levels 11.6 percent lower than those on placebos. In addition, cholesterol esters were reduced by 6.3 percent and cholesterol ester saturated fatty acids fell by almost nine percent, compared with the placebo group.
The people taking the probiotic had no side effects and, as the researchers noted, the probiotic strain L. reuteri has a long history of safe use.
As Natural News previously reported, other breakthrough research published in the journal Nature strongly indicates an imbalance of "good" versus "bad" bacteria in the intestinal tract appears to trigger Type II diabetes --and probiotics may help prevent or treat that condition, too. In addition, scientists have also discovered that probiotics can increase the body's immune response to the flu virus and may be an effective treatment for inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn's and ulcerative colitis.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Stock market was dropping because Obama won the race. But people need to eat sushi and sashimi. People need to be healthy.
Please come to eat. Thank you.
You can get better services when business is slow.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Musicians' Brains Might Have an Edge on Aging
Secret of long life?
Be happy mentally and physically. Be crazy sometimes. Laughing is also good. Move your fingers well. This motion stimulates your brain. Inventing stock money is also good. You see many numbers from Monday to Friday. Watch CNBC and memorize all numbers show up. This is good brain training. How much is Gold price, Silver price, Copper price, Oil price an more.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
SUSHI DAY is coming on November 1st. Thusrday. You can get 30% of your dining coupon.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Children's healthy diets lead to healthier IQ
Not much fun if I dont get good tuna. Tuna is my life line.