Running has always been great for heart health and keeping your body fit, toned and in shape but now there is evidence that running will even keep your appetite in check. Studies have shown that the blood and oxygen flow released to your brain while running affects the DLPFC part of your brain that decreases your appetite for snacks. Now you have another reason to run, so lace up those sneakers and get going. Not only will your heart be healthy, you will control your appetite.
- Running can affect the part of your brain that helps control snack food cravings.
- Running can help to improve your health in many different ways.
- Among other things, running can help reduce your stress levels and improve your mood.
“Running lowers your risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.”