Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Taka Update October 09, 2013


 Taka Update October 09, 2013

Fish delivery and more
A great News! Uni is coming tomorrow on Thursday. I ordered a different supplier to get it. Many customers asked me about uni availability.  I says “Government shutdown is uni shut down.”
Tuna supply is very good. I have wild caught big eye tuna with low fat toro. This is fine until this weekend. Sounds like all fish are fine. And I will order Hawaiian fish next week again.
 

Sushiandpassion Book Update
I received the draft and fixed some issues and sent back to the book company last night. They will send me a final in a week and ready to print out.
I am working for next year’s project. It is Vegetables and Passion. I want to save American people who have troubles with health.

 
Garlic, good for flu.
Garlic - it's not just for making your meals taste better. Practicing good habits all year long is, of course, the best thing to do for your health, but this time of year holds special concern because, as our kids go back to school and the weather turns cooler in most of the country, our bodies are more susceptible to disease. "This is an ideal time to commit yourself to practices like yoga, meditation, healthy nutrition, restorative sleep and the use of herbs and supplements," said Karen Koffler, MD, director of Integrative Medicine at Evanston Northwestern Healthcare, near Chicago, according to Natural Life Magazine. These healthy habits can strengthen your immune system and reduce stress.

One of those herbs should be garlic. According to Natural Life, garlic "has been nicknamed 'Russian penicillin,' due to its anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-yeast properties."

"One of the best immune-system helpers is garlic," writes herbalist Susun Weed, adding that experts say "it contains at least 17 different factors that nourish and support powerful immune system functioning."

Obviously cooking with fresh garlic or minced garlic in a jar is one way to boost consumption of this flu fighter, but if you're not a fan you can always revert to enteric-coated garlic tablets as a supplement.

I know some people cannot eat garlic because of allergy. Eat ginger well. Ginger is also good for flu.


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