Effects of Exercise on Appetite and Food Intake Regulation

@article{Bilski2009EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of Exercise on Appetite and Food Intake Regulation},
  author={Jan Bilski and Aneta Teległ{\'o}w and Janina Zahradnik-Bilska and Artur Dembiński and Zygmunt Warzecha},
  journal={Medicina Sportiva},
  year={2009},
  volume={13},
  pages={82-94}
}
Abstract In this review, we discuss the effects of acute and chronic exercise on appetite and food intake regulation, the potential mechanisms involved and its relationship with hormonal and metabolic changes that affect energy balance. The mechani-sms of post exercise short-term appetite modification remain unclear and although the role of orexigenic and anorexigenic peptides is possible hypotheses, it still remains unproven. Motivation to eat and food intake in response to acute exercise seem… 
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