Exercise may reset brain chemicals regulating appetite

08/25/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A study found obese rats that exercised ate less during the 12 hours following their workouts than sedentary rats. The researchers also found that exercise re-established the ability of leptin to signal the brain to stop eating in the obese rats and restored some key signaling molecules to levels found in lean rats.

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