Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Taka Update October 16, 2013

Taka Update October 16, 2013

Fish delivery and more

I have good tuna with low fat toro. And I have uni so far. I received Hawaiian Fish yesterday. I cannot say everything is all right but I have to go through. Try something new fish and see the result. Government shut down makes slow business. I feel it.But it comes back this week a little bit. So I cannot complain. Just do it.


Sushi Day is coming soon!

It is our tradition. Sushi Day is November 1st.  And thank you God, It’s Friday. We have a special offer for you. You can get 30% coupon that can be used for your next dining. Macy’s has One Day Sale many times a year but Taka only does it once a year. Please make your table asap.


Sushiandpassion Book Update

I am still waiting final. I t might come today. I can say it is December. You can do pre-order at Amazon com. My suggested retail price is $29.95 but Amazon price is only $21. And if you are the prime member, there is no shipping cost, maybe.

I am working for next year’s project. It is Vegetables and Passion. I want to save American people who have troubles with health issue. It’s a big project.


Replacing Carbohydrates, Animal Fat With Vegetable Fat May Reduce Risk of Death in Men With Prostate Cancer

Replacing carbohydrates and animal fat with vegetable fat may be associated with a lower risk of death in men with nonmetastatic prostate cancer, according to a report published Online First by JAMA Internal Medicine, a JAMA Network publication.

 “Nearly 2.5 million men currently live with prostate cancer in the United States, yet little is known about the association between diet after diagnosis and prostate cancer progression and overall mortality,” according to the study background.

 Erin L. Richman, Sc.D., of the University of California, San Francisco, and colleagues examined fat intake after a diagnosis of prostate cancer in relation to lethal prostate cancer and all-cause mortality. The study included 4,577 men diagnosed with nonmetastatic prostate cancer between 1986 and 2010 who were enrolled in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study.

 Researchers noted 315 lethal prostate cancer events and 1,064 deaths during a median (midpoint) follow-up of 8.4 years. Replacing 10 percent of calories from carbohydrates with vegetable fat was associated with a 29 percent lower risk of lethal prostate cancer and a 26 percent lower risk of death from all-cause mortality, according to the study results.

 “In this prospective analysis, vegetable fat intake after diagnosis was associated with a lower risk of lethal prostate cancer and all-cause mortality,” the authors comment. The authors note oils and nuts were among the top sources of vegetable fats in the study population.

 Crude rates of lethal prostate cancer (per 1,000 person-years) comparing the highest and lowest quintiles of fat intake were: 7.6 vs. 7.3 for saturated; 6.4 vs. 7.2 for monounsaturated; 5.8 vs. 8.2 for polyunsaturated; 8.7 vs. 6.1 for trans; 8.3 vs. 5.7 for animal; and 4.7 vs. 8.7 for vegetable fat. For all-cause mortality, crude death rates (per 1,000 person-years) comparing the highest and lowest quintiles of fat intake were: 28.4 vs. 21.4 for saturated; 20.0 vs. 23.7 for monounsaturated; 17.1 vs. 29.4 for polyunsaturated; 32.4 vs. 17.1 for trans; 32.0 vs. 17.2 for animal; and 15.4 vs. 32.7 for vegetable fat, according to the study results.

 “Overall, our findings support counseling men with prostate cancer to follow a heart-healthy diet in which carbohydrate calories are replaced with unsaturated oils and nuts to reduce the risk of all-cause mortality. … The potential benefit of vegetable fat consumption for prostate cancer-specific outcomes merits further research,” the authors conclude.


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