Tuesday, September 20, 2011

MarketWatch.com: Walnuts Boost Cognitive Function

True or False: Walnuts can improve the odds of correctly answering a true or false question. The answer is true according to newly published research in the British Journal of Nutrition ( http://journals.cambridge.org/walnuts ). The study conducted by researchers at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich., found that walnuts--already known for being a power food--can help increase inferential reasoning, specifically, the ability to discover true from false. Read full story.

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