Diet- but not exercise-induced iso-energetic deficit induces compensatory appetitive responses
journal contributionposted on 10.12.2020, 08:49 by David Thivel, L Metz, V Julian, L Isacco, J Verney, G Ennequin, K Charlot, K Beulieu, G Finlayson, James KingJames King
Although physical exercise and dietary restriction can be both used to induce energy deficits, they have been suggested to favour different compensatory appetitive responses. While dietary restriction might favour increased subsequent energy intake and appetite sensations, such compensatory responses have not been observed after a similar deficit by exercise. The present work provides a first overview of the actual evidences discussing the effects of iso-energetic deficits induced by exercise versus dietary restriction on subsequent energy intake, appetite sensations and on the potentially involved hedonic and physiological mechanisms.
- Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences