Exercise may not just help you lose weight by burning excess calories.
According to a study conducted by Harvard University, exercise makes the brain more sensitive to hormones that promote fullness and satiety.
The scientists also note that exercise spurns the brain to opt for healthier eating choices.
Exercise is especially helpful in promoting inhibitory control, a brain function that makes temptations like cookies and cakes less likely to turn into binge eating sessions.
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