Good foods that helps brain health

Memory Boosting Superfoods That Fight Alzheimer’s

The MIND diet recommends frequent servings of green leafy vegetables. Kale, spinach, broccoli, collards and other greens are packed with vitamins A and C and other nutrients. At least two servings a week can help, and researchers found six or more servings a week provide the greatest brain benefits.

Nuts are a good snack for brain health, according to the MIND diet study. Nuts contain healthy fats, fiber and antioxidants, and other studies have found they can help lower bad cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease. The MIND diet recommends eating nuts at least five times a week.

The MIND diet recommends eating berries at least twice a week.

eating beans three times a week to help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s.

Whole grains are a key component of the MIND diet. It recommends at least three servings a day.

Fish the MIND diet says once a week is enough.

Poultry is another part of a brain-healthy eating plan, according to the MIND diet. It recommends two or more servings a week.

Olive oil beat out other forms of cooking oil and fats in the MIND diet. The researchers found people who used olive oil as their primary oil at home saw greater protection against cognitive decline.


Food to avoid

Red meat
Butter and margarine < 1 spoon per day
Cheese < 1 per week
Patries and sweets < 5 per week
Fried foods and fast food

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Brutal honesty is to write a private journal

It becomes seventeen years of riding bikes by coming September 2017. For the first two years I had gotten three accidents. Since then for 15 years, I have been riding near accident free.

The latest accident was on a gas station parking lot when the Daerim Citi’s front wheel got into a narrow channel in late fall 2016. It was a minor fall that did not cause any damage to the bike nor my body except small scratch on the full-face helmet.

People say “Starting is the hardest thing to do.” But I completely disagree with it. In reality, starting is the easiest thing to do. Anybody can start something in one’s mind.

Except few exceptional individuals who find their destiny in childhood, just to find something that gives meaning or accomplishment is challenging. Most people are slowly assimilated by corrupted, absurd, and twisted society, then later on being wasted, turns into the Living Deads.

Why I still ride the ten year old R1? Maybe because I’m still single. The world is so fucked up place and I need to forget everything once in a while. I might say riding bike is an effective, natural painkiller that the evolution gives to human.

Riding a fast bike, the world becomes so clear and simple. Every decision or stupid mistake done by me or others affects my dear life. The sense of control over me gives the feeling of freedom.

I need to buy new notebook soon for writing new chapters on the bike journal.

– 1978 Honda CX500 Deluxe –

09/09/2001 1st ride

From garage to the parking lot
Start: Broadview Ave. & Queen St. East
End: King St. West & Dufferin (Home)
Stalled several


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Sink preventor

Crush an empty aluminum beer or drink can.
Let it dry one day.
Put it in your bag.
It will be handy when you are gonna park the motorcycle on soft soil in rare occasion.


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Honey bee


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Reverse Bleeding Clutch or Brakes On Motorcycle

This method will save time and money.

Special tool:

DIY pressure pump – big syringe, clear tube, right angle connector

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The cost of 2006 Yamaha R1 Ownership for 9 years

It will be exactly 10 years riding a 2006 Yamaha R1 SPV. Strong wind during bad weather knocked it off twice, I dropped it gently on the gravel parking lot in stand still.

These three drops developed tiny crakcs on the front fair bracket, I had to replace it few years ago.

The cost of  R1 Ownership:

Number of years: 9
Total mileage: 31,924 km as of April 18, 2017
Total expense: $1,275

Replacement parts and regular maintenance service:  $1,125

Original YUASA battery Made In Japan: lasted seven years.
Cheap third party battery Made In China lasted two years: $40
It’s on the 3rd battery Made In Korea since 2015: $40
Spark plug replacement: $15
Air filer replacement: $20
Engine oil change: $20 to $40 dollars including oil filter
Brake fluid change: $20 x3
Engine coolant change: $20 x2
Second front tires : average $200
Third rear tires: average $250

Repair work: $150

Upper fairing mount bracket: $150




Genuine YAMAHA OEM Stator Generator Rotor Flywheel
Magnets are Permanently attached
inside of the Rotor

This part is shipped with signature confirmation unless otherwise noted on order

Part Number: 2SH-81450-00-00

Replaces Part # 5VY-81450-00-00

This is the revised version from Yamaha that corrects the problem of the magnets breaking loose

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The surreal beauty in a hell

I stopped questioning “Why!” since I accepted man-made world is a manufactured hell. It’s a disturbing fact but better take it as is to suppress my insanity level under control.

It’s heading to middle of Spring. The life is exploding in full color everywhere. There are thousands trees that open up snow flowers. Night scene of the snow trees in the giant prison complex under street light is quite surreal.

Few times per week the roaring sound of fighter jets shakes the peaceful mood. It occurred two days ago when I was shooting on the backyard of my property. Well the funny thing is wild birds do not bother about the loud noise in the sky.

Only pathetic humans which have been creating a hell reinforce the imminent danger periodically.  Some Koreans nowadays live under nightmare that USA or North Korea will engage a war pretty soon. To me this is a sign of extreme stupidity or ignorance.

South Korea alone grinds two hundred thousands of death to keep it running yearly. Every five year number of total death reaches one million. But strangely enough people do not think about the invisible, silent massacre done by themselves.  The major drive of human society since the beginning has been fear, death, and destruction.  It’s a pure sign of abomination that intelligent species would not choose voluntarily.

Every life is precious and beautiful. Right? Surreal beauty makes one forget the pain and confusion of reality.  At least there are some beauties out there.

South Korea does not have a nuclear weapon allegedly.  Instead it has built twenty nuclear power plants that have more radioactive material than ten thousands nuclear bomb!

Dehumanized scientists and engineers in South Korea have planted over ten thousands nuclear bomb. Only handful people warn about this sick, absurd fact out of fear and concern of the younger generation.

Suppose one nuclear power plant is caught in an accident, as you see on the map  it triggers cascading failure of other plants in the close vicinity.

Do the warmongers of U.S aware of it? Of course they are. The problem is they are monsters which do not possess genuine intelligence and feeling.

North Korean military is a fucking joke.  Any sane man knows that a nation of extreme poverty can not develop strong military. It’s technically impossible. However, war is always unpredictable. Even if joint forces of South Korea and U.S military wipe out North Korean military and do regime change, handful of special forces will be able to destroy one nuclear power plant in South Korea out of vengeance.

It’s so fucking easy to destroy any power plant. I can do it with few manual hand tools and water.

Then the whole region becomes non-habitable zone for humans over decades.  I estimate radioactive materials that is over hundreds times than Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster would spread.

Sorry for my rant.


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