Taka Update October 30, 2013
Fish delivery and more
2 months more and 2014 is coming? It is too early to pass the days. Time is really goes by. But tuna supply is great. I received good big eye tuna again yesterday. It was 49 lb stomach side. I sold one Maguro Kama last night.
Japanese fish has same problem like last week. We did not get enough fish yesterday because of tyhoon effect. Some are coming on Thursday.
Movie shootings in Atlanta bring many celebs. Samuel Jackson and Jessica Alba might come to Taka. They are here. We had some movie industry people from CA and they told me.
Hawaiian fish is coming today. I get Walu, Hebi, Ono and Opa this week. People are getting understood about Hawaiian fish. Clean water can grow healthy lean fish and is good for our body.
Sushiandpassion Book Update
I am still waiting final. Nothing changed from last week. I can say it is December- January. 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.
Breast-feeding may help children climb social ladder
Breast-feeding a child may give him or her a leg up towards the top of the social ladder.
A new study published in BMJ journal Archives of Disease in Childhood on June 24 revealed that children who were breast-fed moved higher up in social class than their counterparts.
"Breast-feeding has lifelong benefits," study author Amanda Sacker, a researcher at the University College London, said to HealthDay. "Breast-feeding not only gives children a good start in life, but also boosts chances of a healthy and successful adulthood. For most women, breast-feeding offers them a simple way to improve their child's life chances."
The World Health Organization says babies should be exclusively breast-fed for the first six months of life, and then receive a combination of food and mother's milk through 2 years of age. If 90 percent of families breast-fed for the recommended 6-month period, almost 1,000 infant deaths would be prevented and $13 billion in annual medical costs would be saved.
In reality, the rate is much lower. In the U.S., about 45 percent of mothers were breast-feeding at six months, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC also noted that 40 percent of parents gave their infants solid food before they were 4 months old.
Breast-feeding is especially important according to experts because it provides protections for newborns and infants, including transferring antibodies, cells and hormones that could protect a child from illness. Children who are breast-fed have lower rates of ear infections, diarrhea, respiratory infections, asthma, Type 2 diabetes and necrotizing entercolitis (which attacks the gastrointestinal tract in premature infants) than formula-fed children.
Giving the child breast milk also has benefits for the mother. It helps them save money on formula and bond with their child. Healthwise, it can lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes, breast cancer, ovarian cancer and postpartum depression, which affects 10 to 15 percent of all mothers within one year of giving birth.