Forty-five minutes of moderate to vigorous morning exercise, such as a brisk walk or comfortable jog, can reduce your desire for food. This is a good tip for individuals who struggle with food cravings.
It is fairly normal for an increase in exercise to dictate an increase in food consumption, since higher activity requires more food to sustain it. This issue is frequently confused in the subconscious brains of overweight people, because signals that desire food are not based on true need.
Researchers evaluated 18 normal weight, and 17 obese women, to determine the impact of brisk morning exercise on food desirability. Based on looking at images of food, they measured brain waves one hour after exercise, and measured them on a day with no exercise.