psychology

Why exercise can lead to overeating

Funny t-shirts with sayings by type “I run for pizza” or “I run, because I really like beer” can inspire us to think about the relationship between diet and exercise. Who has not imagined how delicious bite after a killer workout? But what happens when our exercise routine constantly force us to overeat? Many of us are usually in regular fitness classes are switching to more nourishing foods. Even if you are naturally slender, the relationship between exercise and overeating, which has both biological and psychological roots that can give You a nasty surprise.

Start a new workout or adding new exercises into the current system may encourage You to consume calories in excess of for the purpose of recuperation after exercise or preservation of energy stores. Maybe sports make us eat more than required by the body?

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