As more research is being done on foods and how they affect us, researchers continue to find that certain foods will not only help you live longer, but could help you live better.
For those curious about the "super foods," the April issue of Health magazine put together a comprehensive shopping list of the most promising anti-aging foods around.
Robin Vitetta-Miller, nutritionist and contributor of Health magazine, visits The Early Show to discuss the different categories of "super foods" and the anti-aging benefits.
Foods to Focus Your Vision
Foods to Protect Your Heart
Foods For A Better Memory
Research shows that berries seem to slow and reverse many of the degenerative diseases associated with an aging brain. Blueberries also provide another antioxidant known as allagic acid. This acid blocks the metabolic pathways that can promote cancer. The acid is also found in black and red raspberries, boysenberries, marionberries and blackberries.
Foods to Lower Cancer Risk
Source: Linus Paulding Institute