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Exercise may keep your appetite in check.

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According to a recent study published in April, 2016¹, people who exercised for 15 minutes after doing mental work (like office stuff) ate 100 fewer calories than people who did mental work and remained sedentary.

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   Big deal?

   Well, the principle is interesting. “Exercise has the ability to increase the available fuel sources in the body that may signal to the brain, ‘Here is the energy source I need. I don’t have to replenish it through food,’” says study author William H. Neumeier of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

   A fascinating concept to informally test…

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   ¹ Reported in the July 4, 2016 issue of Time (p.18).