According to James LeCheminant, associate professor of exercise sciences, Brigham Young University , Provo, Utah when thirty-five women had brain scans to determine how their brains responded to pictures of food after walking briskly on a treadmill for 45 minutes and later without having exercised first.

As a result it was discovered that the brain responses to the pictures of food, usually considered a marker or appetite, were reduced when the women had just exercised. If you are trying to control your weight only by dieting it’s suggested that moderating exercise may help reduce your desire for food. If you are not sure as to what works better for you, ask the doctors at here South Orange Chiropractic Center.