People who believe in luck and fate are likely to be ill and fat, according to a study from the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research.
After examining the diets and exercise habits of 7,000 people, researchers compared the results against their personalities and found those who had a strong belief in fate were more likely to be unhealthy.
The explanation for the phenomenon is this: people who are hung up on “luck” are less likely to take their lives into their own hands with actions.
This translated into eating less healthily,exercising less, heavier drinking and smoking, the Daily Mail reported.
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