Exercise may increase cravings

Exercise may increase our desire to feast on doughnuts and chocolate, making it difficult to shed the extra pounds, a study has revealed.

The research suggests that nearly half of us could be `predisposed` to crave high-fat, sugary foods after working out, reports express.co.uk.

Exercisers fall into two groups – one that chooses healthy, low calorie foods and the other that craves for sweet options such as cream cakes, doughnuts and chocolates. Which group do you belong to?

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