Most people believe that they can "work up an appetite" with vigorous exercise, however, that theory may not be entirely true - at least immediately after a workout.

The study, conducted at BYU (Brigham Youth University) by Professors James LeCheminant and Michael Larson, found that an exerciser's motivation for food is actually decreased after a 45 minute moderate-to-vigorous workout.

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