Earlier this year, a small study of normal- and overweight women found that those who exercise at least 45 minutes in the morning not only ate the same amount as they did during nonexercise days (instead of eating more to replenish energy, as researchers thought they would), but their exercise also helped curb their desire for food. The study's authors recommend working out in the morning at a high intensity for an hour to help control appetite.
Exercise in the Morning to Eat Less
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