Author(s): Verger P, Lanteaume MT, LouisSylvestre J, Verger P, Lanteaume MT, LouisSylvestre J
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Abstract A buffet-type meal was presented to 28 young men after participation in various athletic activities and to 30 subjects kept inactive. At 30 min after 2h of exercise, total energy intake was about 25\% greater than after the rest situation. The food choices after exercise yielded an energy intake from proteins that was significantly larger than after rest, but not of carbohydrate or fat.
This article was published in Appetite
and referenced in Single Cell Biology