LONDON: Eating fruits and vegetables and exercising regularly can boost your satisfaction and happiness, scientists say.
According to the University of Kent and the University of Reading, increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables and adopting exercise habits increase happiness. But in order to reap the full benefits, it is important to include fruits and vegetables as well as exercise.
Many experts, including Dr. Adelina Schwartzner and Dr. Sarah Joel, say that exercise teaches self-control, which increases self-confidence and happiness. When men exercise in this way, their sense of happiness increases, while when women eat fruits and vegetables, their sense of happiness increases.
Thus, the use of fruits, vegetables and exercise habits are very important for both health and happiness. Exercise improves blood circulation and increases the hormones responsible for happiness. On the other hand, many magical compounds and chemicals in fruits and vegetables give us health and happiness.