Live More Happy: Scientifically Proven Ways to Lift Your Mood and Your Life
Live More Happy: Scientifically Proven Ways to Lift Your Mood and Your Life
By Darren Morton
 

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Join the journey toward living more, feeling better and finding happiness.
Over the past decade, neuroscience, positive psychology and lifestyle medicine have exploded as areas of cutting-edge study, research and healthcare. The research indicates that almost half of our enduring happiness can be influenced by our daily choices and habits—and this is how we do it. Wherever you are on the feelings scale, you can lift your mood and you will likely lift your wellbeing in the process.

“Dr Darren Morton is one of the world’s leading educationists in lifestyle medicine, and his recent research demonstrates these same health choices are also keys to better emotional wellbeing. It seems increased happiness is the most significant side effect of our best health choices. His book draws on the growing evidence for the many benefits of lifestyle medicine and offers a practical guide to living at our best—and our happiest.”
—Dr Hamish Meldrum, President, Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine

“Dr Morton has a unique ability to make science simple. In Live More Happy, he delightfully brings together scientifically proven strategies from the exciting fields of positive psychology and lifestyle Medicine that really can lift your mood and your life. Everyone needs to read this book and put into practice what it teaches!”
—Dr Liana Lianov, Former President, American College of Lifestyle Medicine

“Want to ramp up how much you get out of life? This engaging book can lift your mood and save your life! Based on the latest scientific evidence, the practical tips are desperately needed by all those trying to discover purpose and find happiness in this modern world.”
—Sue Radd, Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian, speaker and author, Food As Medicine

Dr Darren Morton is a Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine and Course Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies in Lifestyle Medicine at Avondale College of Higher Education in Cooranbong, New South Wales, Australia. His research has been published in leading medical and scientific journals, and this is his third book.