Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Taka Update November 14th, 2012


 Taka Update November  14, 2012

Fish delivery and more
Fish supply is already Holiday mode. Please don’t expect for tuna. I just received small big eye tuna with no toro. No idea for this weekend but sounds like very negative.
Everybody goes home for Thanksgiving Day and eat turkey. Tuna is out of field.
But Japanese fish is coming tomorrow. We don’t have Thanksgiving in Japan, as you know.

 Closing Information
We will be closed from November 18 to 22. Our business is back on 23rd dinner operation. We opened Black Friday lunch last year and very bad. So, I decided to close lunch on that day. I will go to Hawaii for my friend’s wedding ceremony. I only stay in Hawaii 72 hours.
And we will be closed from December 23rd to 25th. I will stay in town and renovate sushi bar. I will enjoy this carpenter works.


Factors Affecting Life Expectancy for Older Adults Studied
Even for adults aged 75 years and older, keeping up a healthy lifestyle, including physical activity and not smoking, is associated with increased life expectancy, according to a study published online Aug. 30 in BMJ.
Debora Rizzuto, from the Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University, and colleagues examined the modifiable factors that are associated with longevity in a population-based cohort study involving 1,810 adults aged 75 or older. Participants were followed up for 18 years.
The researchers found that 91.8 percent of participants died during follow-up and that half the participants lived longer than 90 years. Compared with non-smokers, half of the current smokers died 1.0 year earlier. Physical activity was the leisure activity that correlated most strongly with survival. For participants who regularly walked, swam, or did gymnastics, the median age at death was 2.0 years greater than those who did not engage in physical activity. Individuals with a low-risk profile (healthy lifestyle behavior, participation in at least one leisure activity, rich or moderate social network) had a 5.4-year longer median survival than those with a high-risk profile. Even for the oldest old (aged 85 years or older), a low-risk profile was linked with a four-year higher median age of death than a high-risk profile.
"The associations between leisure activity, not smoking, and increased survival still existed in those aged 75 years or more," the authors write. "Our results suggest that encouraging favorable lifestyle behaviors even at advanced ages may enhance life expectancy, probably by reducing morbidity."

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