Caffeinated Think Gum found to improve memory

09/13/2011 | CandyAndSnackToday.com

A study of college students who chewed Think Gum found the caffeinated gum improved both short-term and long-term memory. The study, published in the Journal of Appetite, found students who chewed Think Gum had 42% better long-term memory and 19% more short-term memory compared with participants chewing regular gum.

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