Mild Dehydration Does Not Reduce Postexercise Appetite or Energy Intake
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 02/24/2012Kelly PJ et al.
Exercise significantly decreased relative energy intake compared with resting control; however, energy intake was no different between the exercise conditions. Despite similar energy intake between trials, exercise in a dehydrated state resulted in a significantly lower concentration of ghrelin, a hormone responsible for stimulating appetite.
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