Eat fresh, get happy

November 2016
Men's Fitness;Nov2016, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p16
The article discusses a study, published in the "American Journal of Public Health," that revealed that increasing the intake of fruits and vegetables to eight cups can provide a boost in happiness, and improve heath markers such as blood pressure, and cholesterol.


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