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Objectives: Laboratory experiments suggest that exercise can modulate appetite regulation and ad libitum food intake, but the impact of exercise on decision making about food remains poorly understood. As such, this study sought to assess the impact of an acute exercise bout on food choices, in particular, the amount and taste preference for immed...
Acute exercise can induce either a compensatory increase in food intake or a reduction in food intake, which results from appetite suppression in the post-exercise state. The timing of food choice—choosing for immediate or later consumption—has been found to influence the healthfulness of foods consumed. To examine both of these effects, we tested...