Taka Update May 15, 2013
Fish delivery and more
We finally got good tuna yesterday. It was Big eye tuna, stomach side as usual. I bought 38 lbs. Toro is not the best AAA, but I can give it AA+. We will get Hiramasa, Teen yellow tail tomorrow. This is same group as Hamachi but not much fat like Hamachi. Uni supply is still good. Sweet uni is available for this weekend. King salmon sold well last week. Now this is on the menu.
We will be closed May 27th Monday, Memorial Day. We will be back on Tuesday. My plan? I stay in town and play golf, maybe. And I will close from July 4th- 7th. It is Thursday to Sunday. I want to be an ordinal person, just take day offs and stay at beach or somewhere. But I did not decide my destination.
95 people follow me.
I started Twitter April 29, 2013. And 95 people follow currently. This is not bad, Media Power? IT Power? I write about food, sushi, inspection, golf as usual.
Vitamin D May Extend Lifespan.
Having enough vitamin D on board is essential for preventing disease and maintaining health, but the optimal blood level of vitamin D to ensure these benefits remains controversial. Preliminary research published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition estimates that by doubling current recommended vitamin D levels across the globe, more people would avoid disease and an early death, and people might extend their lifespans.
Higher levels, lower risk of death
Certain experts have questioned whether the current recommended blood levels and daily amounts of vitamin D are enough to best prevent disease and support health. This study looked at vitamin D levels across many countries and reviewed studies on the topic to explore whether higher blood levels of vitamin D, specifically 25-hydroxyvitamin D, were associated with a decreased incidence of death from common diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and respiratory infections.
Specifically, in this study, researchers reviewed the current scientific data on vitamin D to estimate whether higher blood levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (doubled from 54 nmol/L to 110 nmol/L) would reduce the death rate in the six global regions where vitamin D–sensitive diseases are prevalent.
Vitamin D is in Sardine, Eel, Salmon, mackerel, Saury, Yellowtail, Tuna, Mushrooms, Chicken egg.