As if you needed further evidence: more research was just published out of England that further substantiates what we already know: Improving the quality of your diet, with vegetables, fruits and whole grains, can have a beneficial effect on your strength and physical well being, even if you start on this path later in life. So, no excuses- you’re never too old to improve your food intake. Read about the study Here. And what might you want to add to your diet? Seems like mushrooms may need to become a food of choice for healthy aging. A new study out of Pennsylvania has found that mushrooms, especially porcini mushrooms, contain two anti-oxidants that are considered highly beneficial to stave off some of the negatives of aging. Check out the recommendations for considering some mushroom toppings on your next meal Here. Finally, whole grains- the mantra of every nutritional expert. But what exactly does that mean? There are whole grains, there are sprouted whole grains… How do you know what’s best? Harvard Health Blog breaks it down for you.. So crank up the toaster and check out their advice Here.