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SourceNY Times A new study finds that the choice to eat or omit a meal before an early workout could affect our relationship to food for the rest of the day.

Skipping breakfast before exercise might reduce how much we eat during the remainder of the day, according to a small but intriguing new study of fit young men.

The study finds that the choice to eat or omit a meal before an early workout could affect our relationship to food for the rest of the day, in complicated and sometimes unexpected ways.

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