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In the mid-90s, I tried a low carbohydrate diet several times to try to lose weight. During this diet, I recall that many people thought you could eat as much meat, nuts and cheeses as you wanted, all while losing weight.
Could exercising before breakfast, “in the fasting state,” control weight?
This question is the source of some debate.
A study performed in Belgium has found that when healthy males ate more fat and calories but worked out in the morning before eating, they did not gain a significant amount of weight. Continue reading Can You Control Weight by Exercising before Breakfast?