If you are getting older, you pay more attention to your diet to keep a clear and healthy mind as long as possible. Take, for example, breakfast. Can you skip it or do you need it? If you need it, what kind of breakfast is the best for you and your brain?

As a matter of fact, they do. A recent study compared the published research (23 studies) comparing the calories and nutrients of elderly people with and without sarcopenia. Sarcopenia is a condition, which is characterized by the loss of muscle mass and strength, as a result of aging.

According to a recent study, people who eat dried fruit are generally healthier than those who don’t.

Did you know that only eating brightly colored fruits and veggies is not enough to get the most healthy bioactive components, flavonoids, from them?