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Happy gardener

Gardening has and always be a favourite pastime of many. It's looked forward to as a way to unwind, be healthy, increase happiness. It's proven scientifically ( for those that need a little more) to increase chemical levels in your body that regulate stress, and happiness. The enzymes in the soil are to be thanked for this. The exercise also plays a huge part. Living soil shares the same microbes that can be found in the gut. These enzymes are responsible for emotional balance and good feelings. It makes sense increasing these enzymes through exposure ( and eating your organic vegetables) would be good for you. What to take back from this? Garden more and eat the fruits of your labour.

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