Food to increase happiness
Talking about food to increase happiness does not mean sitting down with a pint of Ben & Jerry’s .
Dr. Michael Greger tells us, “Certain foods are linked not only to increased happiness, but also to greater “eudaemonic” well-being—feelings of engagement, creativity, meaning, and purpose in life.” (I too had to Google eudaemonic. According to Merriam Webster, eudaemonic means “producing happiness : based on the idea of happiness as the proper end of conduct.”)
The food that research shows that does produce happiness (along with health and wellness), is fruit and vegetables.
Hypnosis can help you to make the switch from the Standard American Diet that makes you sad, fat and unhealthy to a plant-based lifestyle that makes you happy, slender and healthy.
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Michael Greger M.D. FACLM, August 9th, 2019: “Cross-sectional studies from all over the world support this relationship between happiness and fruit and vegetable intake. Those eating fruits and vegetables each day have a higher likelihood of being classified as “very happy,” suggesting a strong and positive correlation between fruit and vegetable consumption and happiness, perhaps feelings of optimism, too.
On days when people ate more fruits and vegetables, they reported feeling calmer, happier, and more energetic than normal, and they also felt more positive the next day. So, eating fruit and vegetables really may promote emotional well-being. Look, single bouts of exercise can elevate one’s mood, why not the same thing with healthy food? How many fruits and vegetables? Seems we need to consume approximately 7.2 daily servings of fruit or 8.2 servings of vegetables to notice a meaningful change.”
Read Which Foods Increase Happiness?
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
Eating fruits and vegetables makes me happy!
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