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Now here’s an interesting article. Mind you, since it’s based on research published in Neuropsychopharmacology it’s a little tricky for the average curry lover to get their head around.

Or perhaps it’s not, because what this article is saying – in a round about way – is that curry, or to be precise one of its key ingredients – is good for the brain. Of course I knew that all along – it’s quite obvious that the people who choose to eat at Raval Luxury Indian Restaurant are super-intelligent beings!

The ingredient under the microscope was Curcumin, which is derived from tumeric, that lovely gold-coloured spice found in many of your favourite curry dishes. So now you know…and if you keep eating your curries you won’t forget, will you?