Updated: Sep 28
High-intensity interval training can curb your appetite, but moderate intensity training can rampt it up. So say researchers who followed 10 overweight/obese men who measured appetite sensations and food preferences during a four-week training program (involving moderate and high-intensity sessions). Fat intake was 38% higher after a moderate-intensity session and 16% lower after a high-intensity session.
(Source: International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism (Dec 2014)