I always add exercise in little bits as I start out and then as I get closer to my goal I increase the intensity of my exercise. I find that until I get a handle on my eating, because of blood-sugar fluctuations, exercise DOES make me more hungry. But once I am well-established in my dietary discipline and my blood sugar is well-regulated, then exercise is less of a challenge to my hunger stimulus.
Also the type of exercise makes a huge difference. I tend toward moderate aerobic activity and weight training. I have never been much of a runner. I am sure the nutritional approach is quite different for different exercise approaches.
185/131/120 ~ 5'2"
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