Science proves that obese people are happier
The holidays are coming up, and that means throwing back unlimited rolls and gourmet treats for at least half a day and dipping everything from pantry to cheese fondue. In short, there is a good chance that the scale pointer will move a little to the right after Christmas. awesome? not at all. Obese people are happier.
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This is according to research from the University of Bristol. British scientists examined half a million people between the ages of 37 and 73 and concluded: The obese are happier than the thin. They find themselves less stressed, take it easy more often and experience less stress.
What is the relationship between weight and stress? The brilliant minds from Bristol have thought about that, too. Their theory goes like this: People with such a relaxed personality generally don’t worry much about business, and thus worry about calories. The result: less pressure, but more kilograms. So they carry more people with them, but they skip through life happier and more comfortable.
Disadvantage: increased risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. This again.
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