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Honey May Improve Postmenopausal Memory

A daily spoonful of Malaysian honey may help improve memory in postmenopausal women, researchers say in a new report.

In the study, 102 healthy women were randomly assigned to ingest 20 grams of honey a day, take hormone-replacement therapy containing estrogen and progesterone, or do nothing. After 4 months, those who took honey or hormone pills recalled about one extra word out of 15 presented on a short-term memory test.

"The immediate memory improvement in the honey group is probably best explained by improvement in concentration and overall well-being after honey supplement," the lead author states.

Source: Improvement in immediate memory after 16 weeks of tualang honey (Agro Mas) supplement in healthy postmenopausal women

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