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29 July 2011

Can vitamins boost your memory?

Adults who took vitamin and mineral supplements for almost a decade performed better on one type of memory test than those who didn't take the supplements.

Adults who took vitamin and mineral supplements for almost a decade performed better on one type of memory test than those who didn't take the supplements, according to a new study from France.

But McNeill, who wasn't involved in the new study, said some people, especially those who are deficient in vitamins and minerals – might get a memory benefit from boosting the nutrients in their diet.

 
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