In this “new normal,” physical activity is more important than ever for not only staying active, but managing stress. Getting more activity can be a double-edged sword though, because it can also ramp up your drive to eat! How do you strike a healthy balance when you’re home more often and the impulse to eat might be driving you crazy?
Discover the mechanisms behind exercise and your drive to eat in this fascinating session, led by a distinguished physician and obesity researcher. Tim Church, MD, MPH, PhD, will show you the data to help you see how your body responds to physical activity and what impact this has on your eating behaviors, among other things. In the end, you’ll come away with strategies for making the best of both worlds!
(Presented at YWM2020)
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