Exercise is found to curb appetite by enhancing executive function

10/2/2011 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A study in Obesity Reviews revealed that physical activity helps boost neurocognitive resources for executive function, which helps promote inhibitory control and suppresses the drive to overeat. Researchers said studying exercise and other methods to enhance executive function may lead to a better understanding of ways to bolster appetite control.

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