A new study suggests overweight adults eat less after a tough workout.
The small study out of the University of Western Australia looked at seventeen overweight men who participated in four exercise sessions.
During one session they rested, the rest incorporated riding a stationary bike at various intensities. the men were offered food after their workouts.
They found the men ate about one hundred fifty fewer calories after high intensity exercise -- compared to when they rested.
Outside experts say the study was very small and only included overweight adults, however, they say it is promising.