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This New Year Follow These Simple Diet And Nutrition Tips For A Healthier And Happier 2019

It’s that time of the year when we all start thinking about our New Year Resolutions. It is an exciting time of the year with new promises and fresh starts. This New Year you should focus to work towards a healthier life. A healthier life can have a significant impact on your life. In today’s world where we all are occupied with busy schedules, one often tends to ignore their health and well-being. But it is very important that one maintains a healthy lifestyle as it can help ward off several…

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I quit Instagram and Facebook and it made me a lot happier — and that’s a big problem for social media companies

Why quitting Instagram and Facebook made me happier   3:16 PM ET Wed, 5 Dec 2018 | 03:16 The first time I truly took a break from social media was in 2015, at a summer camp for burned-out adults called “Camp Grounded.” There were three rules: Take a camp name of your choosing, like Luna or Huckleberry, avoid talking about “W,” meaning work, and ditch all electronics at the door. At an arrival ceremony deep in the California Redwoods, volunteers in hazmat suits zipped up our devices into brown bags, leaving…

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Embrace the Hygge lifestyle, become fitter and happier

They say it’s the little things in life that bring us the most joy. The Danish have incorporated this very message in their daily routine; no wonder they are ranked as amongst the happiest people in the world! In fact, they even have a term to describe this mood or philosophy. Called Hygge, this Nordic art of living is all about finding a deeper meaning and establishing a mindful connection with the world. You don’t need to live luxuriously or look for grand gestures; you just have to enjoy the…

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Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Leads to a Happier Life

PhotoCredit:istock Apart from reducing the risk of cancer and heart attacks, consuming up to eight portions of more fruit and vegetables a day can substantially increase people’s happiness levels in life, finds a new study. “Eating fruit and vegetables apparently boosts our happiness far more quickly than it improves human health,” said Andrew Oswald, professor at the University of Warwick in London. The findings showed that happiness increased incrementally for each extra daily portion of fruit and vegetables up to eight portions per day. People who changed from almost no…

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