The girls are reheasing the Chicago part for the Lingerie segment….
Wait and see the Pin-Ups act for the swimsuit segment….
At the Countdown party at the Audi Forum Tokyo.
You can see who is striking very clearly on the catwalk…. check here!
Also my ranking is gone because I never have time anymore to update it but one thing I can tell you is that my number one this week is no other than LULU! Milly and Hiroko think the same as well.
Exciting, girls are changing, improving or getting down, it moves a lot since the show is coming up in 2 weeks only, the pressure is getting real high… come back to see all the non-edited videos of the daily rehearsals with Milly that we will have available on MUJTV very soon!（４月１７日にアウディフォーラムにて行われたカウントダウンパーティー。 MUJTVでその時のキャットウォークで誰が一番素敵だったかがわかるわ。 チェックしてみて！ それと、今までこのサイト上でアップしていた私のランキング、もう日本大会が目前に迫ってアップデートする時間がないので終了します。 ただ最後にこれだけ言わせて。 今週のナンバー１はLULU以外には考えられない！！ 振付師のミリーと、美馬寛子も同じ意見よ。 ファイナルまであと二週間に迫って、ガールズたちは様々な変化を見せてくれているわ。 もうすぐMUJTVにリハーサルの様子がアップされると思うから、是非チェックしてみてね）
Studies have shown that adults and children in Hong Kong have relatively high levels of mercury, which seems to be due to a higher total intake of fish rather than due to the fish that are eaten having a higher mercury content. In one study the average mercury content of fish commonly eaten in Hong Kong was 120 (mcg/kg) for sea fish and 80 for freshwater fish (Ip, Paediatrics International 2004). This is relatively low, there are several large fish species that have mercury levels consistently above 500. As a result of high mercury intake by pregnant women, one study (Fok 2007 at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Shatin) found that more than 75% of newborns in HK had blood levels of mercury above the level that is considered safe.
We have gathered some data of mercury levels in fish to allow informed choices. These data come from more than one source and we have quoted all the results as mcg/kg for easy comparison. The results show the average mercury level, which will vary between different geographical locations and individual fish. The US and HK government data have been added in full and, at the end of this article, we have added a shorter list of the fish that are most commonly eaten by our patients
Pregnant women or women intending to become pregnant within the next six months should be careful about which fish they eat.
Avoid fish with high levels of mercury (more than 500 mcg/kg) ie: shark, ray, swordfish, barramundi, gemfish, orange roughy, ling and southern bluefin tuna.
Limit other fish, such as tuna steaks, to one portion per week or two 140g cans of tuna per week (smaller tuna contain less mercury).
However, there is no restriction needed on the amount of salmon, including canned salmon, which is eaten.
Women Who Might Become Pregnant, Women Who are Pregnant, Nursing Mothers, Young Children: Do not eat Shark, Swordfish, King Mackerel, or Tilefish because they contain high levels of mercury (more than 500mcg/kg). Eat up to 12 ounces (2 average meals) a week of a variety of fish and shellfish that are lower in mercury.