Effects and reproducibility of aerobic and resistance exercise on appetite and energy intake in young, physically active adults

Laan, Derek J.; Leidy, Heather J.; Lim, Eunjung; Campbell, Wayne W.
December 2010
Applied Physiology, Nutrition & Metabolism;Dec2010, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p842
Academic Journal
Appetite and meal energy intake (MEI) following aerobic (AEx) and resistance (REx) exercises were evaluated in 19 young, active adults. The participants completed duplicate 35-min sessions of AEx, REx, and sedentary control, and consumed an ad libitum pasta meal 30 min postsession. Hunger transiently decreased after AEx but was not influenced by REx. MEI was 14% to 18% higher after AEx and REx than control. These findings are consistent with exercise-stimulated ingestive behavior, not anorexia of exercise. On évalue chez 19 jeunes adultes physiquement actifs l'appétit et l'apport d'énergie des repas (MEI) à la suite d'une séance d'exercice aérobie (AEx) et d'exercices de force (REx). Les sujets participent à 2 séances de AEx, de REx et de contrôle en mode sédentaire d'une durée de 35 min chacune puis, 30 min après la fin de chaque séance, ils prennent un repas de pâtes ad libitum. La faim diminue de façon passagère à la suite de AEx, mais n'est pas influencée par REx. Le MEI est de 14 à 18 % plus élevé après AEx et REx comparativement aux valeurs de contrôle. Ces observations supportent la thèse selon laquelle l'exercice stimule l'appétit plutôt que de l'inhiber.


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