If you want to eat healthier, put on your trainers.
Researchers from the University of Texas recruited 2,680 young adults who did no exercise to do three half-hour aerobic workouts each week for 15 weeks without changing their eating habits. At the end of the study participants were found to be eating more lean meat and fruit and veges and less fried food and sugary drinks. In other words, one healthy habit seemed to encourage another.
Article sources and references
- International Journal of Obesity, January 2019