Breakfast and exercise contingently affect postprandial metabolism and energy balance in physically active males

@article{Gonzalez2013BreakfastAE,
  title={Breakfast and exercise contingently affect postprandial metabolism and energy balance in physically active males},
  author={Javier Thomas Gonzalez and Rachel C. Veasey and Penny Louise Sheena Rumbold and Emma J. Stevenson},
  journal={British Journal of Nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={110},
  pages={721 - 732}
}
The present study examined the impact of breakfast and exercise on postprandial metabolism, appetite and macronutrient balance. A sample of twelve (blood variables n 11) physically active males completed four trials in a randomised, crossover design comprising a continued overnight fast followed by: (1) rest without breakfast (FR); (2) exercise without breakfast (FE); (3) breakfast consumption (1859 kJ) followed by rest (BR); (4) breakfast consumption followed by exercise (BE). Exercise was… Expand

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