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Happiness is all about nutrition

Good study. For additional info on what to eat for happiness, check out by blog post entitled, The Foundation of Happiness is Nutrition: http://thescienceofnutritiondotnet.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/the-foundation-of-happiness-is-good-nutrition/

Posted by Dr. Philip Domenico
27 January 2013 | 16h30

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