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Old 01-21-2014, 01:04 PM   #3
diamondgeog
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You are talking behavior. I think there is a conception by some people that exercise increases appetite. Hence people are eating more not as a reward but because of the exercise itself physically making them hungrier. I haven't found this.

Psychology wise though, I don't want to 'blow it'. Forget about 'rewarding'. Plus food is no longer a reward for me.
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