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Fat consumption affects memory and learning abilities

A variety of studies have all concurred with the idea that increased fat intake causes reduced learning and memory skills.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Weekend Australian

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About: Fat consumption affects memory and learning abilities

Date: 30 October 2004

Source: Weekend Australian

Author: Jim Giles


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  • Diet
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  • Research and learning ability
  • Research and memory skills

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