Acute exercise and subsequent energy intake. A meta-analysis

@article{Schubert2013AcuteEA,
  title={Acute exercise and subsequent energy intake. A meta-analysis},
  author={Matthew M Schubert and Ben Desbrow and Surendran Sabapathy and Michael Leveritt},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2013},
  volume={63},
  pages={92-104}
}
The precise magnitude of the effect of acute exercise on subsequent energy intake is not well understood. Identifying how large a deficit exercise can produce in energy intake and whether this is compensated for, is important in design of long-term exercise programs for weight loss and weight maintenance. Thus, this paper sought to review and perform a meta-analysis on data from the existing literature. Twenty-nine studies, consisting of 51 trials, were identified for inclusion. Exercise… CONTINUE READING

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