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Can mushrooms improve your memory?

A recent study from the European Investigation of Cancer (EPIC) Norfolk cohort found a significant positive association between mushroom consumption and cognitive performance, even after adjusting for fruit and vegetable intake. The study analysed data from over 30,000 individuals, aged 40-92, from 1993 onwards. Despite not determining causality due to its cross-sectional design, the research found that regular mushroom consumption positively influenced executive function, word recall and prospective memory. Further research is needed to establish causality.

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