Friday, March 27, 2015

Taka Update March 24, 2015

 Taka Update March 24,  2015
Fish delivery and more
☆ I have big eye tuna but no fat in it, actually low, very low fat in it. I carry Blue fin Oh toro this week.
☆ Uni is available. It is from Maine, not California this time. The taste is good but the color is not great. A customer returned this uni yesterday without eating.
  Live scallop is available.
Most of Japanese fish came yesterday because of holiday in Japan. This means we have many Japanese fish for the weekend.

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Hand Dishwashing Tied to Fewer Allergies for Kids\
Do you use dishwashers at your home?  I use it when I have parties.
Children whose families washed dishes by hand were associated with a lower risk of developing allergies compared with those who used a machine dishwasher, according to an observational study of Swedish families.
In a multivariate analysis, Bill Hesselmar, MD, PhD, pediatric allergology, Queen Silvia Children's Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden, and colleagues reported that children ages 7 to 8 were less likely to develop allergic disease with hand dishwashing (OR 0.57, 95% CI: 0.37-0.85). Allergic diseases included eczema, asthma, and allergic rhinoconjunctivitis (ARC).

Xenoestrogens in make-up and consumer products put women at risk of breast cancer, miscarriage, diabetes and more
The healthy food movement has increasingly gained momentum over the last few years, attracting followers from all over the world who spend a lot of time focusing on which foods to buy and which ones to avoid. Unfortunately, avoiding pesticides and other harmful chemicals is a full-time job, and it's not just spent examining the food we eat.
We're frequently exposed to a multitude of chemicals through a variety of other sources including personal care products, plastics and industrial products such as furnishings, motor vehicles and electronics.
A particularly prevalent group of chemicals that pose a real threat to society right now are endocrine disruptors, some of which are referred to as estrogen mimickers or xenoestrogens. Endocrine disruptors alter the normal functioning of hormones, interfering with signaling processes that tell our tissues what to do.
"When chemicals from the outside get into our bodies, they have the ability to mimic our natural hormones; blocking or binding hormone receptors," reports " This is particularly detrimental to hormone sensitive organs like the uterus and the breast, the immune and neurological systems, as well as human development."
Nothing safe in this world. We need to watch and be careful. That is my answer.

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