So, what I decided … Since I have a library and I’m trying to promote everyone to read and get in the spirit of reading and educating their brain, is I decided that I’m going to pick a random book every day, right? And try to find … Or just, I’m not going to read it every single day. Well, I’m not going to read the whole entire book every day, I’m doing that on a different project. But on this particular project, I’m going to pick a random book and I’m going to try to find one little golden piece of nugget.
So, we’re going to sit down, we’re going to read the table of contents, we’re going to think of something that looks interesting in the book. We’re going to skim through, we’re going to skim the chapter and we’re going to try to find something interesting. So, it’s going to go something like this. It’s not a mock. I’m not going to do it. I’m just going to give you an example. So, as you see, I mean, I got … My library’s not huge, but it’s not small either. And I got books over here too. So, what we’re going to do, we’re just going to pick a random book.
That’s going from … No. Excuse me. Yeah. See, it’s difficult. There’s a lot of books in there and they all kind of look interesting, honestly. Let’s just grab one. All right? Because that’s what we’re going to do, we’re just grabbing some random book. That’s even difficult. All right, we’re just going to grab this one. All right. So, now that we have a book … The book is, The Green Pharmacy Guide to Healing Foods: Proven Natural Remedies to Treat and Prevent More Than 80 Common Health Concerns. All right. I’m going to show you what it looks like. There you go.
So, we’re going to open it up. It’s a new book too. Oh, wow. Wow. This is a lot more than what I thought. So, we’re going to look through the table of contents. There it goes. There I go again. All right. And the reason I said, “Oh wow,” is because I didn’t know that there was 800 different chapters in this book. I thought it was just … We got part one, food medicine, part two food remedies that work. All right? So, on a regular day … Let’s just do it right now. Memory loss. All right, everybody eventually is going go through memory loss.
So, I mean, they got everything. Sunburn, skin problems, shingles, gout, hangover, hay fever, headaches. How foods work. [inaudible 00:03:13], asthma, cold, flu, cold sores, corns, coughs, body odor, bronchitis. I mean, this is literally your one-stop shop on how to cure things, which is interesting. I didn’t know this. So which one are we going to? We’re going to memory loss. So, 264. So, 264. All right? All right. Let’s see if we find … Oh, look at this. There you go. Like I said, one little piece of golden nugget. I don’t want to spend too much time, because what I’ll do is I’m going to summarize more. So not in the videos, I’m going to read it. All right?
Because I don’t think you want to hear me read the whole chapter because it’s a long chapter, right? I mean, it’s not that long, but it’s longer than what I want to read. Then what I’m going to do, I’m going to read and summarize and then take some notes and then it will be available as the notes to memory loss, right? Our one little golden nugget. And what we’re finding right here is healthy foods for memory loss, black-eyed peas. More and more we learn that homocysteine contributes to many [inaudible 00:04:35] and Alzheimer’s may be one of them.
According to American Heart Association, this amino acid may be linked to coronary heart disease, strokes, and peripheral artery disease, a problem related to poor blood flow in the legs. Fortunately, a variety of plant foods, including black-eyed peas may offer some protection. All right? So like I said, if you want to know more, then click the like, subscribe, then in the video what you’ll see is a link to the rest of this. So if you’re interested and you want to learn more about memory loss and black-eyed … Excuse me, black-eyed peas, not the music group, the little vegetable that you eat, then click below. Click the link below and can’t wait to see you on the other side.