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PINK4YOUTOO Posts: 508
9/15/13 5:53 P

Exercising makes you not eat as much

9/15/13 5:06 P

I think many people who are not exercising regularly discover that exercise helps to control appetite in a very positive way.

Once a person is active again, the body begins better regulation with exercise and appetite working together as they should.

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9/15/13 4:56 P

It affects different people in different ways. Sometimes, I find exercise to be an appetite suppressant, other times, it's kinda insane how hungry I get. Depends a lot on what I ate the day before!

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MICHELEBDAVIS SparkPoints: (16,344)
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9/15/13 3:45 P

I thought when I started exercising my appetite would go high. But I found out differently. Since I have been exercising this week my appetite has gone to more normal level of eating. I am not hungry all the time and when I am eating I am content with less food.

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