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Clients and patients want to be healthy and feel happy, right? But, which comes first?

A recent study tried to assess whether healthier lifestyle habits come before life satisfaction, and showed that . . . they do!

By keeping long-term goals in mind, better lifestyle habits can be implemented which can lead to a happier life.

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Release Date: September 2021

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  • A short primer for your clients on the link between a healthy lifestyle (eating more fruits and vegetables and playing sports) and happiness and life satisfaction

  • How this study was able to uniquely determine that healthy lifestyle habits come first, leading to more satisfaction in life
  • A few tips on how to keep long-term health goals in mind and delay gratification and improve health habits in an effort to feel happier

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Gschwandtner, A., Jewell, S., & Kambhampati, U.S. (2021). Lifestyle and Life Satisfaction: The Role of Delayed Gratification. Journal of Happiness Studies. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10902-021-00440-y
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10902-021-00440-y

About the study:

  • This particular study is one of the first to try to determine whether eating more fruits and vegetables and participating in sports makes people happier or more satisfied with their lives. It was a stronger study than simply making correlations/associations between the two where you can’t determine what comes first: lifestyle changes or life satisfaction (e.g., do people who are more satisfied with their lives eat more fruits and vegetables and participate in sports?). They tried to discern that the lifestyle changes came first by factoring in the tendency to delay gratification and apply self-control. These people who can more easily delay gratification and apply self-control can implement healthy lifestyles (first), and as a result, be more satisfied with their lives.
  • Note that all studies have limitations. That’s why it’s important to look at multiple studies, giving more weight to the ones that have a better design to answer the questions being asked. Note: They specifically looked at sports, not other areas of physical activity. They also didn’t look at other things like alcohol consumption, smoking, or more details about the participants’ nutrition. They also didn’t look at people’s personalities or genetics.
  • Pro tips from the study authors to help you help your clients and patients improve their lifestyle habits by sharing not just information, but behavioural nudges to help the “doer” keep the commitment of the “planner’s” long-term health goals.
  • This is a self-reported observational study that included survey answers by 14,159 people in the UK. This means it’s not as strong as a randomized control trial (which would be even better than observational because it would be experimental). 
  • A study strength of 4/7 according to this chart: https://www.compoundchem.com/2015/04/09/scientific-evidence/ 

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Related topics: Life satisfaction, happiness, nutrition (fruit & vegetable consumption), fitness, lifestyle habits

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Study design: Self-reported observational study that tried to determine not just correlations/associations/links, but causation

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