Won't my appetite increase if I exercise?
This is a common myth, but in reality regular exercise doesn’t increase appetite. In fact, it even suppresses it. Many believe that the more you train, the more you have to eat, but for the most part this is just used as a convenient excuse to blow their diet completely.
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