publication . Article . 2015

Does Motivation for Exercise Influence Post-Exercise Snacking Behavior?

Dimmock, James A.; Guelfi, Kym J.; West, Jessica S.; Masih, Tasmiah; Jackson, Ben;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2015 Journal: Nutrients, volume 7, issue 6, pages 4,804-4,816 (issn: 2072-6643, eissn: 2072-6643, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Abstract
It is well established that regular exercise plays an important role in achieving a number of health and wellbeing outcomes. However, certain post-exercise behaviors, including the consumption of unhealthy high-calorie foods, can counteract some of the benefits of physical activity. There are at least three overlapping pathways through which exercise may increase the likelihood of consuming pleasurable but unhealthy foods: through impulsive cognitive processes, reflective cognitive processes, and/or physiological responses. It is argued in this paper that motivation toward exercise can influence each of these pathways. Drawing from literature from various domai...
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free text keywords: Nutrition. Foods and food supply, TX341-641, ego depletion, motivation, unhealthy snacking, physiology, exercise, compensation, Discussion
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publication . Article . 2015

Does Motivation for Exercise Influence Post-Exercise Snacking Behavior?

Dimmock, James A.; Guelfi, Kym J.; West, Jessica S.; Masih, Tasmiah; Jackson, Ben;