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Wed, 05 Sep 2012 06:32:27 GMT | By Realbuzz
10 health benefits of your favourite activities

Why doing your favourite things is good for you



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Why doing your favourite things is good for you
Get out the party poppers guys and girls - we have news. You know how it can sometimes feel like an uphill struggle to stay healthy and keep fit; well we've found out that doing our favourite activities is actually good for us. So if you're ready to stop feeling guilty and start feeling good, read this list and discover why your favourite things are actually doing wonders for you and your health.

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