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Re: ­Researcher: Consumption of turmeric, a basic ingredient in curry [#permalink]
The premise is those who eat curry regularly have better cognitive function.
The conclusion is TURMERIC is beneficial for cognitive function.
So we should assume that there is turmeric in curry.
E can supply this information

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­Researcher: Consumption of turmeric, a basic ingredient in curry [#permalink]
Its clearly C vs E.

Now, the study compares results on the basis of diet and ethnicity and data shows that Singaporeans of Indian origin generally score Higher.

C says that "Most Singapore residents who are of lndian ethnicity eat curries regularly". BUT BUT BUT ... what if Singapore residents who are of other ethnicities also eat curries regularly. We don't know from this option. (Hence the information is not sufficient to conclude anything).

E says "Indian curries generally contain much more turmeric than other curries contain". This information helps us make a much better comparison between diets of people of Indian ethnicity and that of Others. Hence E is Correct.­
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