Washington: US scientists are challenging the popular notion that we can "work up an appetite" with vigorous exercise, saying it actually reduces a person`s motivation for food.James LeCheminant and Michael Larson, both Brigham Young University professors, measured the neural (brain cell) activity of 35 women while they viewed food images, both following a morning of exercise and a morning without exercise.The research shows that 45 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous exercise in the morning actually reduces a person`s motivation for food.They found their intentional response to the food pictures decreased after the brisk workout, the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise reports.
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