Confessions of an Endorphin Junky
By Natalie Vavricka

Being a long distance runner and health nut for the past 15 years, I've always noticed a direct correlation between my diet and exercise routine and my mood. Endorphins, serotonin, and all other 'happy chemicals' can be boosted by eating certain foods - - and by sweating! Join me on my neverending quest for happiness through what I eat...and how often I move my body .

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Natalie Vavricka
Sweat is bliss
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I'm a self-proclaimed exercise addict and endorphin junky and also the Community Manager here at Quality Health Connect. Running abnormally long distances, jumping out of helicopters, doing chin-ups, laughing, smiling, and eating bananas, chocolate, and other 'happy' foods are just a few of my many favorite things

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