Health and Wellness

Study: Exercise may reduce food craving

A study from Brigham Young University found that 45 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise in the morning reduces a person’s motivation for food. The study also found that participants didn’t eat more food on exercise days to “make up” for burned calories. Read more.


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