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Planned aerobic exercise increases energy intake at the preceding meal

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posted on 29.11.2019 by Asya Barutcu, Shelley Taylor, Chris McLeod, Gemma Witcomb, Lewis James
Purpose Effects of exercise on subsequent energy intake are well documented, but whether pre-exercise energy intake is affected by future planned exercise is unknown. This study investigated the effect of planned late-afternoon exercise on appetite and energy intake before (breakfast and lunch) and after (evening meal/snacks) exercise.

Methods Twenty healthy, active participants (10 male; age 23 ± 5 y, BMI 23.7 ± 3.2 kg/m2, VO2peak 44.1 ± 5.4 ml/kg/min) completed randomised, counterbalanced exercise (EX) and resting (REST) trials. After trial notification, participants were provided ad libitum breakfast (0800 h) and lunch (1200 h) in the laboratory, before completing 1-h exercise (30 min cycling, 30 min running) at 75-80% maximal HR (EX; 2661 ± 783 kJ) or 1-h supine rest (REST; 310 ± 58 kJ) 3-h post-lunch. Participants were provided a food pack (pasta meal/snacks) for consumption post-exercise (outside laboratory). Appetite was measured regularly and meal and 24-hour energy intake quantified.

Results Ad-libitum energy intake was greater during EX at lunch (EX 3450 ± 1049 kJ; REST 3103 ± 927 kJ; P=0.004), but similar between trials at breakfast (EX 2656 ± 1291 kJ; REST 2484 ± 1156 kJ; P=0.648) and dinner (EX 6249 ± 2216 kJ; REST 6240 ± 2585 kJ; P=0.784). Total 24-hour energy intake was similar between trials (P=0.388), meaning relative energy intake (24-h energy intake minus EX/REST energy expenditure), was reduced during EX (EX 9694 ± 3313 kJ; REST 11517 ± 4023 kJ; P=0.004).

Conclusion Energy intake appears to be increased in anticipation of, rather than in response to, aerobic exercise, but the increase was insufficient to compensate for energy expened during exercise, meaning aerobic exercise reduced energy balance relative to rest.

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  • Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences

Published in

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise

Volume

52

Issue

4

Pages

968-975

Publisher

Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Rights holder

© American College of Sports Medicine

Publisher statement

This is a non-final version of an article published in final form in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, doi:10.1249/mss.0000000000002199.

Acceptance date

19/09/2019

Publication date

2019-11-25

Copyright date

2019

ISSN

0195-9131

eISSN

1530-0315

Language

en

Depositor

Dr Lewis James. Deposit date: 28 November 2019

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