Thursday, October 18, 2012

Taka Update October 18, 2012


 Taka Update October 18, 2012

Fish delivery and more
I have good tuna and good toro. There is no problem for this weekend. The result of new fishes were really good.
Kawahagi was sold in 2 days. Fresh salmon roe was also sold out in 6 days, Anyway, all fishes were good. And I will get everything one more time.
Uni is really good, meat is big and taste is sweet. I think everything is all right but business is not busy this week so far.
New Taka is coming. I finally decide to paint the wall. I started it last weekend. It finished 70%. I work every night after closing. It will be finished this weekend.
Am I tired? Of course but I like fresh paint.


SUSHI DAY is coming very soon!
Our traditional event is coming on November 1st, National SUSHI DAY.
Please come to eat and get 30% discount coupons. You can use it your next visit.
I know American people like Sale.
 

Weight Control and Golf
We had a small tournament and I shot 41-44-85. This score was not bad.
I drink green tea more and more. Caffeine ? I have no problem. I can sleep any time.

 
Eating tomatoes is shown to slash stroke risk in half
Stroke continues to rank as the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S., permanently disabling and needlessly taking the lives of hundreds of thousands of adults every year. Recent studies have demonstrated that the risk of stroke can be lowered by following simple lifestyle changes including regular physical activity, limiting or eliminating trans and hydrogenated fats and sugars from the diet and consuming a variety of antioxidants from natural foods or supplemental sources.

A research team from the University of Eastern Finland, reporting in the journal, Neurology has determined that eating tomatoes and tomato-based foods is associated with a lower risk of stroke, due in large part to high concentrations of the potent antioxidant, lycopene. Lycopene is a well studied compound that gives tomatoes and other fruits and vegetables their deep red color. In prior studies, lycopene has been associated with a significant risk reduction in the development and progression of prostate cancer.



Pumpkins lower blood glucose levels, shrink enlarged prostates and prevent male hair loss
Pumpkins are a form of Native American squash and are welcome both as a decorative and edible item in autumn season festivities. While most people associate pumpkins with Halloween, fall festivals, and American Thanksgiving desserts, both pumpkins and pumpkin seed oil pack a serious health- boosting punch.
Pumpkins and pumpkin seed oil have alkaloids, flavonoids, and three different essential fatty acids. Not only is pumpkin full of antioxidants, the autumn squash has anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-diabetic properties, as well.
Pumpkins show promise for diabetes
The Daily Telegraph, a London news source, quoted research performed by East China Normal University in 2007, which found that pumpkin successfully promoted the regeneration of damaged pancreas cells in diabetic rats. This led to a boost in insulin levels in the rats' blood. Scientists conducting the study believe that pumpkin extract may be beneficial to either pre-diabetic or fully diabetic humans.
In 2009, a Japanese team of scientists compared pumpkin paste to a control group of laboratory rats with Type 2 diabetes in an oral glucose tolerance test. Pumpkin paste was considered to be effective in improving glucose tolerance and insulin resistance.


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