How running can help fight cravings

Not only does running boost your metabolism, new research suggests it can help you make smarter food choices as well.

A study recently published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found running for 60 minutes made the subjects less hungry and more likely to choose healthy options over high calorie snacks when compared to 60 minutes of rest. Yet another reason to go for a  run.

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Ashleigh Perriott
Journo and health nerd, Ashleigh grew up in an active, health conscious family, spending most of her childhood at Little Athletics Events. Passionate about living life to it’s fullest she loves early mornings in the gym and hiking when she can sweet talk a friend into joining her. Ashleigh has a Bachelor of Communications - Journalism from Charles Sturt University and has been published in Handyman Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine and Australian Healthy Food Guide.