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Exercise Promotes Portion Control

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I notice if I don't work out, my appetite increases greatly and I can consume huge amounts of food in one sitting. However, after a good workout (and it doesn't matter how hungry I am afterwards) I can only eat proper portions. When trying to overeat, I literally get the urge to puke. As time goes on, I have the desire to eat small portions and often (2-3hrs). This method is said to increase your metabolism, but in actuality I only begun to eat this way because my body signals me to do so :).

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  • emoticon Most of my (non active!) friends tell me that Exercise increases their appetite. I am HAPPY to see that there are others -- Like Me! -- who find that Regular Exercise promotes Better Portion Control as well as Better Choices all around. - by LJCANNON
  • Portion control was a huge problem for me. I have always thought and ate "more is better"! I would fill my plate, then think mmm maybe a bit more, I am hungry. emoticon Since I have started walking and doing more exercise I am satisfied with less and feel full faster! - by JLKCANADA

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