Selective effects of acute exercise and breakfast interventions on mood and motivation to eat.

@article{Lluch2000SelectiveEO,
  title={Selective effects of acute exercise and breakfast interventions on mood and motivation to eat.},
  author={Anne Lluch and Ph. Hubert and Neil A. King and John Blundell},
  journal={Physiology & behavior},
  year={2000},
  volume={68 4},
  pages={515-20}
}
The effects of exercise and breakfast manipulations on mood and motivation to eat were assessed in 11 healthy females who were regular exercisers and habitual breakfast eaters. The study involved a two by two repeated-measures design, with exercise (or no exercise) and a high-energy breakfast (or low-energy breakfast) as the repeated measures. The exercise or no-exercise session (0800 h) was followed by consumption of the low- or high-energy breakfast (0900 h). An ad libitum lunch test meal was… CONTINUE READING