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Exercise-induced suppression of appetite: effects on food intake and implications for energy balance.

@article{King1994ExerciseinducedSO,
  title={Exercise-induced suppression of appetite: effects on food intake and implications for energy balance.},
  author={Neil A. King and Victoria J Burley and John E Blundell},
  journal={European journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1994},
  volume={48 10},
  pages={
          715-24
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the effects of exercise on short term energy intake and to investigate the existence of exercise-induced anorexia. DESIGN Two studies were conducted, both with three treatment conditions and employing a repeated measures design. SETTING The Human Appetite Research Unit at Leeds University Psychology department. SUBJECTS Twenty three healthy, lean male subjects (n = 11 and n = 12 respectively) were recruited from the student/staff population of Leeds University… 
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