Washington: Thinking about a workout makes you eat 50 per cent more food. Researchers link it with a subconscious reward theory, which suggests that when physical or mental effort is spent on exercising, we reward ourselves by eating more. "Just imagining exercising leads participants to serve themselves more food," said Brian Wansink of Cornell University in the US who led the study.
Researchers say that while exercising and a balanced diet are the basis of most obesity-prevention campaigns, little research has been done on how physical exercise may increase food consumption.ANI
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